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Reflecting on Nurse Practitioner Education

      In the January 2023 issue of JNP, I published my 100th editorial, letter to the editor, or commentary. They have not all been posted by JNP. I started my opinion editorials in 1999 with the Clinical Advisor. I will always be grateful to the managing editor, who saw a spark in me and invited me to continue to express my opinions on their pages. Being able to show I already had much practice in this area helped me earn the role of associate editor and then editor in chief at JNP.
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