Special Nurses Week Issue: Recognizing Nurses on the Frontlines of COVID-19

Nurses Week 

Nurses have taken a leading role, working on the frontline and advocating for their immediate needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nurses across the US have continued to work and advocate for the needs of nurses during this crisis. In this special issue, presented by Springer Publishing Company, Daily Nurse, and Minority Nurse, we’ll hear from frontline nurses, nurse researchers, and nurse educators to learn how they have led during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Featured Story

COVID 19 From the Bedside

By Sheila Pierre-Louis, BSN, RN, CCRN-CMC, SCRN

As confirmed cases continue to rapidly increase in the United States, the public is engulfed by stress and anxiety, and so are nurses. Many nurses have experienced stress and exhaustion before, but the physical, mental, and emotional fatigue that has been brought on by this pandemic is distinctively different.

Featured Stories


Remember to #ThankaNurse
By Megan Larkin


COVID-19 From the Bedside

By Sheila Pierre-Louis, BSN, RN, CCRN-CMC, SCRN

Health Care in the Time of the Coronavirus

By Spencer Miller, RN

Enabling Nursing Students to Assist With COVID-19 Response

By Louis Pilla

VA Asking Retired Federal Health Care Providers to Come Back to Work

By U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

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