Nephrology Nursing Journal

Highlights from the Current Issue - May/June 2021

  • Patient Peer-to-Peer Mentoring for Patients with Kidney Failure: Methods, Facilitators, and Lessons Learned
  • Hemolysis as Cause of Hemodialysis Blood Leak Alarm: Case Study of a Patient with Freshwater Near-Drowning
  • Resilience, Mindfulness, and Self-Compassion: Tools for Nephrology Nurses
  • What’s New? Improving Home Medication Lists for Patients on Outpatient Dialysis
  • Organizational Commitment Is Negatively Associated with Burnout Among Nephrology Nurses
  • How Do You Be Your Best Self in a Vexatious World?
  • Appetite Stimulants for Treatment of Protein Energy Wasting of Chronic Kidney Disease

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Share Your COVID-19 Pandemic Experiences

The Nephrology Nursing Journal (NNJ) wants to capture what nephrology nurses and other nephrology health care professionals are experiencing during the COVID-19 pandemic. We invite you to share your COVID-19 experiences regarding:

  • Caring for patients and yourself
  • Successes and challenges
  • Ethical dilemmas
  • Infection control and PPE practices
  • Innovations and best practices
  • Your safety and the safety of your patients
  • Mental and emotional challenges
  • Lessons learned

Selected contributions will be published in NNJ. Names of contributors will be kept confidential on request.

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