Reflections [Complete issue : First Quarter 1997, Vol. 23, 1]
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Publishing History: Print issues of Reflections magazine were published from 1975 to 1999 and its successor, Reflections on Nursing Leadership (RNL) began publication in 2000. RNL migrated to an online format, http://www.reflectionsonnursingleadership.org, in 2006 and continues today.
RNL is a member benefit of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI). The historical print issues have been made openly available.
Publishing Frequency: Quarterly until its transition to online. It’s now updated virtually every day.
Format: Print, 1975 - 2005; Online, 2006 - present
Feature Articles in this Issue:
Are We Rigorous Enough?
Ora Strickland and Her Work
Where Small Victories Create Large Hopes
Renewing Health, Morale
Menopause, Science and Culture
Protecting the Lungs
Time to Live
Lifestyle Impacts Recovery
Reality vs. Perception
Exercise Beliefs Among Youth
Building an Exercise Identity
What Causes Stress in Mothers of Chronically Ill Children
Health Workers are Key to Fire Prevention
The Future of Nursing Research
A Quest to Apply Research
Urban University Inspires Service to Under-served
This issue of Reflections is forty-six pages in length and contains information of interest to STTI members.
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