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But mild TBI can have a lasting impact on families as well as patients, according to a review in the November issue of American Journal of Nursing.
The course included media training led by former editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Nursing Diana Mason.
The film has received nationwide accolades from the White House to the American Journal of Nursing and raves in national media (PBS NewsHour, NYTimes, USAToday), with a combined publicity reach of 103 million people.
Roush has been a nurse specializing in women's issues for over 25 years, and is a former Editorial Director of the American Journal of Nursing.
Diana Mason, Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, the American Journal of Nursing, (who was the keynote speaker at the most recent TNA convention), Judy Leavitt, and Mary Chaffee are contemporary nurse advocates and leaders.
Gingold is the author of a previous book on the subject, Facing the Cognitive Challenges of Multiple Sclerosis, which won a Book of the Year Award from the American Journal of Nursing in 2006.
Mason is the editor of the American Journal of Nursing, the oldest and largest circulating journal of nursing in the world.
A study reported in the American Journal of Nursing (Trinkoff, Geiger-Brown, Brady, Lipscomb, & Muntaner, 2006) states that extended work schedules--those that vary from the standard eight hours per day, 35 to 40 hours per week--are common in nursing and contribute to problems with nursing recruitment and retention in addition to compromising patient safety and the health and well-being of nurses.