25 Years Ago: A Newsletter and a New Name

O'Lynn, Chad
April 2006
InterAction;Spring2006, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p5
Academic Journal
The article presents a background of the publication of the newsletter of the American Assembly for Men in Nursing in 1981. The three general principles in which the goals of the organization are divided are discussed. The article also covers the dissemination of information about the organization through the newsletter.


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