Here I explore the myth - often perpetrated by fellow editors and picked up by prospective non-English speaking authors - that they must first learn to write in English. Frankly, it doesn't matter and if asked by people if I think it's better to write in English or to write in a native language and have it translated my response is 'I don't know; and I don't care - just write'.view more
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The stigma of obesity
Why do nurses leave?
Sleep, burnout and performance
What's different about Nursing Open
Welcome to Nursing Open
Burnout in midwives
Academic publishing myth 5 - first versus third person writing
Advanced nursing roles in the UK: clarity or confusion?
Sex after birth
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