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St-Denis, V. (2022). Giving readers the information they want and can use. PLAIN eJournal, 4(1), 4–5. (Plain Language Association International).
St-Denis, V. (2020, October 13). Canadian, British and American: It’s all English, but the spelling is different. Our Languages Blog (Resources of the Language Portal of Canada).
St-Denis, V. (2020, May 12). Career Builder: An Action Plan for New Editors. The Editors’ Weekly (Editors/Réviseurs Canada).
St-Denis, V. (2019, September 3). Understanding My Reading Communities. The Editors’ Weekly (Editors/Réviseurs Canada).
St-Denis, V. (2017, September). The NCLEX-RN and the future of French-language health-care services. Canadian Nurse, 113(5), 28–31.
St-Denis, V. (2017, July). CIHI report monitors changes in regulated nursing trends over past 10 years. Canadian Nurse, 113(4), 9.
St-Denis, V. (2017, July). Perception of health technologies’ benefits increases with longer use. Canadian Nurse, 113(4), 10.
St-Denis, V. (2017, May). Federal budget removes one of the legislative barriers to NP practice. Canadian Nurse, 113(3), 12–13.
St-Denis, V. (2017, January). Continuing improvements being made to certification program. Canadian Nurse, 113(1), 12–13.
St-Denis, V. (2016, October). How to better serve an aging population. Canadian Nurse, 112(7), 18–21.
St-Denis, V. (2016, September). Meet the millennials: A new generation of nursing leaders. Canadian Nurse, 112(6), 28–30.
St-Denis, V. (2016, April). Examining medical assistance in dying from all sides. Canadian Nurse, 112(3), 10–11.
St-Denis, V. (2016, March). New way of working together for Indigenous health. Canadian Nurse, 112(2), 12.
St-Denis, V. (2016, March). Certification program goes paperless. Canadian Nurse, 111(7), 14–16.
St-Denis, V. (2015, October). Election winner needs to lead health-system innovation, panellists agree. Canadian Nurse, 111(7), 26–27.
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