Editors’ Note To celebrate National Nurses Week from May 6 through 12, The Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine (JSCM) and our publisher Taylor & Francis put together a virtual issue of articles by and about SCI nursing and promoted it via our social media outlets on Facebook and Twitter. Lots of interest was garnered and our publisher will continue to host the articles on the virtual issue site as free access articles until 31 July 2016. If you haven’t read these yet, visit http://explore.tandfonline.com/page/ med/national-nurses-week-yscm and take a deeper look at the contribution made by nurses in SCI care. Because we had such a positive reception to our first virtual issue, look for more of these in the coming months. The best way to stay abreast of news in between issues is to like us on Facebook (https://www .facebook.com/jspinalcordmed/) or follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/JSpinalCordMed). This issue brings another new feature for JSCM, our first offering of CME. Our Feature article by Anthony Chiodo, MD, MBA, and accompanying editorial by

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Raman Malhotra, MD, explore sleep disorders and fatigue and the serious impacts these have on people with SCI. Instructions for participating in the CME activity follow Dr. Malhotra’s editorial. This year’s ASCIP conference and expo will be held in Nashville, Tennessee from September 4th through the 7th. The theme of the conference is “Staying in Tune with Trends in SCI” and conference registration is now open at http://tinyurl.com/z28446p. We hope to see many of our readers there. Have a comment? A suggestion? We are always interested in input from our readers. Florian Thomas Editor-in-Chief Carolann Murphy Assistant Editor Stephen Cavanaugh Managing Editor


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