Nursing in Critical Care

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Edited By: John Albarran and Julie Scholes

Impact Factor: 0.95

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 41/104 (Nursing (Social Science)); 44/106 (Nursing (Science))

Online ISSN: 1478-5153

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Here are 10 reasons to submit your paper to Nursing in Critical Care:

1.High-impact forum: Impact Factor of .95 – ranked 40/101 (Nursing (Social Science)) and 43/103 Nursing (Science) in the 2011 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2012)

2.Fast citation of your work: an immediacy index of 1.400, which is highest of all nursing journals, indicating that there is rapid citation for papers published in Nursing in Critical Care.

3.Global audience: available in over 4000 libraries worldwide as well as a further 3500 libraries in developing countries with free or low cost access

4.Growing readership: full text accesses increasing annually

5.Reaching clinicians: delivered to all BACCN members and read by clinicians globally, allowing articles to impact clinical practice

6.Early View: fully citable online publications appearing ahead of inclusion in an issue

7.Fast and easy online submission: online submission at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ncr

8.Positive publishing experience: rapid double-blind peer review (average time to first decision is 6 weeks) with constructive feedback from clinical and academic experts in the field.

9.Online Open: the option to make your article freely and openly accessible to non-subscribers upon publication in Wiley Online Library, as well as the option to deposit the article in your preferred archive.

10.Opportunity to publish your research, a case study or report on innovation undertaken in practice, the explicit purpose being to communicate and translate theory for practice built on theory from practice. For further information and full author guidelines, please visit Nursing in Critical Care on the Wiley Online Library website: http://wileyonlinelibrary.com/journal/nic

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Special Issue

Older People

The NICC editor is currently seeking submissions for a special issue of Nursing in Critical Care on ‘Older people in critical care’, guest edited by Professor Brendan McCormack, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland. All papers should be submitted through Scholar One Manuscripts at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ncr and the standard guidance for authors should be used: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1478-5153/homepage/ForAuthors.html We ask all authors to use the phrase ‘special issue’ in the title of their paper (e.g. “Special Issue: Managing the complex nursing needs of older people in the Intensive Care Unit”). Please contact the Editorial Office at NICCoffice@wiley.com with any queries.

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