This landmark annual review has provided nearly three decades of knowledge, insight, and research on topics critical to nurses everywhere. The purpose of this annual review is to critically examine the full gamut of literature on key topics in nursing practice, including nursing theory, care delivery, nursing education, and the professional aspects of nursing.
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CONNECT is a peer-reviewed quarterly forum in which critical care nurses and allied health practitioners around the world share practice and research that has an impact on patient outcomes and practice innovations. Additionally, CONNECT aims to empower persons with a critical illness experience and their families and caregivers to have a voice, and to be able to inspire the critical care community through making their perspectives, struggles, and successes visible.
This landmark annual review has provided over three decades of knowledge, insight, and research on topics critical to gerontologists everywhere. The purpose of this annual review is to critically examine the full gamut of literature on key topics in gerontology and geriatrics, including social and cultural issues, medicine, psychology, economics, and end-of-life issues. ARGG continues its long tradition of professionalism under the editorship of a leading expert in the field of gerontology, Toni C. Antonucci. Over the past 35 years, ARGG has brought together internationally recognized experts in the fields of gerontology and geriatrics, and continues to deliver the highest standards of content and authoritative reviews of research for students, researchers, and clinicians.
Nursing History Review, an annual peer-reviewed publication of the American Association for the History of Nursing, is a showcase for the most significant current research on nursing history. Contributors include national and international scholars representing many different disciplinary backgrounds. Regular sections include scholarly articles as well as reviews of the latest media and publications on nursing and healthcare history. Historians, researchers, and individuals fascinated with the rich field of nursing will find Nursing History Review an important resource.
Members of the American Association for the History of Nursing receive the journal as a benefit of membership. For further information and an application visit www.aahn.org.
The International Journal of Childbirth (IJCB), is a quarterly, peer reviewed publication. The mission of IJCB is to disseminate original research, theoretical insights, case studies, and authoritative opinions that enhance evidence-based safe practice in prenatal, antepartal, intrapartal, and postpartal care.
Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning is the official biannual peer-reviewed research journal of the Association for Financial Counseling & Planning Education. The journal’s mission is to disseminate scholarly research related to: the financial decision making of individuals and families; financial education and financial counseling techniques; and the education of professional financial educators, counselors, and planners. Research concerning all audiences, both U.S. and international, is encouraged.
Now expanded from a biannual to a triannual format, the peer-reviewed Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice (JDNP) focuses on research that demonstrates clinical excellence in the application of evidence-based practice of doctoral nursing.
JDNP publishes articles concerned with clinical practice and patient care; case studies; practice issues, including management, scope of practice, and reimbursement; ethical dilemmas, legal issues, and business practices; and innovative methods of teaching and evaluating advanced practice and profiling the scholarly nature of the clinical practice of nursing. Submissions from DNP students are also welcome.
Urban Social Work (USW) is a peer-reviewed triannual focusing specifically on urban social work theories and practice. This journal contributes to the improvement and sustainability of healthy urban communities through publication of articles on all components of social work in urban communities inclusive of assets and challenges that would be useful to educators, researchers, practitioners, policy makers, community leaders and social work students. Fundamentally, the underlying focus of the journal is to respond to challenges of urban communities by identifying strengths and assets for problem resolution using a holistic systems perspective.
With new issues published on a quarterly basis, The Journal of Perinatal Education (JPE) is the leading peer-reviewed journal specifically for childbirth educators. Through evidence-based articles, the JPE advances the knowledge of aspiring and seasoned educators in any setting--independent or private practice, community, hospital, nursing or midwifery school--and informs educators and other health care professionals on research that will improve their practice and their efforts to support natural, safe, and healthy birth.
Neonatal Network®: The Journal of Neonatal Nursing, established in April 1981, is a peer-reviewed bimonthly journal dedicated to assisting neonatal nurses and related health care professionals to remain current in their fields. Neonatal Network®: The Journal of Neonatal Nursing acts as a vehicle for the exchange of information by providing up-to-date, relevant articles in the areas of evidence-based clinical practice, research, and education.