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March 2023

COVID-19 and Pandemic Preparedness: Lessons Learned and Next Steps
Edited by Kelly A. Wolgast

Nurses around the world absorbed the numerous impacts of the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) pandemic in all settings in which nurses lead and deliver care. In this issue of Nursing Clinics of North America, the focus is to highlight innovation, resilience, grit, perseverance, and lessons learned that emerged out of necessity as nurses quickly learned how to adapt to this dangerous novel virus. Nurses in current practice in various care settings and environments along with nurse educators and nursing students in all levels of educational programs were forced to navigate rapid changes in care requirements not experienced before in such magnitude.

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A perfect source to consult for nurses in hospitals, private practice, ambulatory care centers, or in an academic setting, Nursing Clinics of North America provides answers to clinical questions, updates on the latest advances to improve patient outcomes, numerous clinical images, and patient care guidelines. Each issue in this quarterly series provides the latest diagnostic and therapeutic information as well as the critical information that allows nurses to care for patients and their families in a more effective manner.