Becoming an author expands the number of others who learn about and share your ideas; thus, the learning reaches well beyond the individual unit or facility. Mary C. Brucker, Ph.D., CNM, FACNM, is the editor of Nursing for Women's Health and she writes "at the recent AWHONN annual convention, one of the keynote speakers talked about every nurse having a story, and I’m delighted to say that many practicing nurses are submitting them to Nursing for Women’s Health." She goes on to mention how important knowledge sharing is to the nursing profession and the many different ways this can be achieved. Read the full article.
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