Editorial| Volume 20, ISSUE 3, P105-107, June 2006

Evidence-Based Nursing and Mental Health Concerns: A Cross-National Discussion

      AN INTERNATIONAL GROUP of nurse faculty from Northern Ireland (UK) and the United States collaborated in a discussion of issues concerning evidence-based nursing (EBN). These discussions were conducted and supported by a Fulbright Award (Whall, Distinguished Scholar Award, 2003–2005).
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        Theory and practice of Nursing: An integrated approach to caring practice.
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          The article “Evidence-based nursing and mental health concerns: A cross-national discussion” [Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 20 (3), 105–107, 2007] listed author Arslanian-Engoren incorrectly. The correct byline should be:
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