Jim Stubenrauch is a writer and editor with 15 years’ experience in medical publishing, health care, and education. As a senior editor at the American Journal of Nursing (AJN), he edited original research and feature articles and monthly columns on clinical and health policy topics; wrote articles on health care reform, evidence-based care, health information technology, and international disaster relief; and wrote and edited photo essays on humanitarian aid and nursing history. New media experience includes blogging at AJN Off the Charts and The Best American Poetry and producing audio podcasts for AJN Online. Prior to his nine years at AJN, he was publications manager at the Healthcare Chaplaincy, a multi-faith clinical pastoral education center that places chaplains in hospitals and nursing homes throughout the Tristate area. He has also written and produced publications for Oncology Times, the Los Angeles Times, The Believer, Riverdale Country School, the New York State Department of Education, the National Science Foundation, and many others. He has taught English literature and composition and English as a Second Language in college, secondary, and adult continuing education settings. He received an MFA from the Writing Division at Columbia University’s School of the Arts.