Journal of Advanced Nursing
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Edited By: Roger Watson
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 14/104 (Nursing (Social Science)); 16/106 (Nursing (Science))
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Free Debate Paper | Editorial
Read the newly published Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole on nursing and health care debate paper by Lynn McDonald for free.
In the December issue, read Who writes, whose rights, and who's right? Issues in authorship written by Mark Hayter, Jane Noyes, Lin Perry, Rita Pickler, Brenda Roe and Roger Watson.
There is also a special section on Workforce in this issue, read the editorial for free, Retention, burnout and the future of nursing written by Yvonne Brunetto and Stephen Teo.
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Compassionate Care Virtual Issue
Compassionate care is expected of nurses. Florence Nightingale updated a much older tradition with her view of nurses as providers of comfort and care, and this continues in policy initiatives such as NHS England’s Compassion in Practice vision and strategy.
However, every so often, in countries across the world, circumstances arise and responses are triggered that serve as a warning. From Tenet Healthcare in the US to Campbelltown in Australia and Mid Staffordshire in the UK, reports and enquiries remind us that, while healthcare may be run as a business, the ‘profit’ we pursue cannot be measured solely in financial terms. The purposes and privileges of healthcare mean we encounter people in time of trouble, enduring difficult experiences........
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