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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Read for free Clinical practice guidelines for nurse-administered procedural sedation and analgesia in the cardiac catheterization laboratory: a modified Delphi study by Aaron Conway, John Rolley, Karen Page, Paul Fulbrook
In the March issue, read Data collection and sampling in qualitative research: does size matter? written by Michelle Cleary, Jan Horsfall and Mark Hayter.
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Whistleblowing Virtual Issue
Watch Roger Watson introduce the Virtual Issue on Whistleblowing here
Events over the past few years emanating from the Mid-Staffordshire National Health Service Trust in the UK and culminating in the Francis Report demonstrate that mechanisms, existing at the time of the terrible events in Mid-Staffordshire, clearly did not work. Among the many areas investigated for the Francis Report there is praise for named whistleblowers and surprise that more people did not come forward, despite policies designed to protect them. But what is like to be a whistleblower and what are the ethical implications?
In this virtual issue we make available three JAN papers: one from the UK on the ethics of whistleblowing; and two from Australia; one on what nurses who whistleblow think about what their actions will achieve; and one on then experiences of being a whistleblower.
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