Journal of Clinical Nursing
© John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Edited By: Editor-in-Chief: Debra Jackson Editors: Sue Barnason, Carol Haigh, Leslie Gelling and Graeme D Smith
Impact Factor: 1.255
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 31/108 (Nursing (Social Science)); 35/110 (Nursing (Science))
Online ISSN: 1365-2702
Recently Published Issues
World No Tobacco Day takes place on May 31st. Although the main theme of this day relates to the illicit trade of tobacco products, it also addresses health related issues. Globally, tobacco kills over six million people each year, many of whom are non-smokers who die from breathing second-hand smoke. It is estimated that this epidemic will kill more than eight million people every year by 2030...
Read the full post by Graeme Smith and the papers here
To acknowledge World No Tobacco Day, the Journal of Clinical Nursing is providing free access to recently published papers that reflect theme of this day.
Free Virtual Issue
Read the latest Virtual Issue: Medication Management, edited by Professor Graeme D. Smith
Medication management Within healthcare provision, medication regimes are used to achieve positive therapeutic outcomes for patients. Medication management is one of the fundamental aspects of the nursing role and clinical nurses are accountable for the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of medications to ensure safe and appropriate medication management. Safety in medication management includes medication error awareness and risk reduction. In recent years, the potential role of patient awareness and participation in medication safety management to reduce the risk of drug administration errors has been demonstrated.
This virtual edition of Journal of Clinical Nursing includes several papers published over the last couple of years, which have focused on issues associated with medication management. The first five papers explore issues surrounding medication self-management and barriers to good medication practice. Attention is given to interventions, such as motivational interviewing, as an intervention to promote medication adherence. The final three papers specifically address issues surrounding medication errors in clinical practice, which can happen at any stage of the administration process. All of these papers highlight the important role that all nurses play as educators and promoters of good clinical practice in medication management. Read all the articles for free here.
Special Issue: Call for Papers
Announcing two Special Issues for the Journal of Clinical Nursing. The papers should be submitted using the online submission service, Scholar One Manuscripts, available here. Papers should be prepared according to the Author Guidelines, which can be found here.LGBTI Health
We are seeking original research, review papers, exploration of methodical issues and discursive papers addressing nursing issues for LGBTI people. The deadline for these submissions is 1st November 2015. For more information, please see the call for papers here.
Abuse and Violence in Families
We welcome original research, and review papers on nursing issues, and innovations in care and service delivery for those people affected by abuse and violence in their families. The submissions deadline is 1st December 2015. More information is available here.