Essential Reading For Student Nurses
BJN provides the best clinical reviews, original research and professional articles, 22 times a year. The journal is written by nurses for nurses, and peer-reviewed by leading authorities in the profession. BJN will ensure that you keep fully up-to-date with the latest developments taking place in clinical practice.
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Here are just some of the reasons why you should subscribe to BJN:
BJN’s content is accessible, informative and applicable to practice, to help you reflect on your learning and invest in your continuing professional development.
BJN’s high-quality professional articles, combined with unrestricted access to CPD Launchpad, will prepare you for the revalidation process.
BJN’s evidence-based clinical articles share best practice, enabling you to update your knowledge and enhance your existing skills.
BJN will keep you up-to-date with every important development in the world of nursing, whether it is the latest original research, treatments, or innovations in care.
BJN has a broad clinical focus, addressing all aspects of nursing to provide an extensive knowledge base to assist you in daily practice.
BJN provides the nursing community with a prestigious academic platform that shares clinical expertise and best practice worldwide, to ultimately help you improve patient care.
Regular series in the journal include:
: The most recent and relevant peer-reviewed research, published alongside its application to practice.
: Evidence-based articles with a different clinical focus each issue, to share best practice across secondary care nursing.
: Professional development advice, tailored specifically to the multi-faceted roles of practicing nurses.
: Articles designed to support nurses’ education and training, as well as promote inter-professional learning.
: Insights into the patient experience, with guidance on clinical decision making and meeting their individual needs.
LEGAL AND POLICY
: Analysis of important legal and policy matters that affect nursing practice, with advice on compliance.
FROM STAFF NURSE TO NURSE CONSULTANT
: A series about the role that clinically based nurses can have in leadership, and the overlapping areas of leadership and management.
: Perspectives from student nurses on their learning experiences, at all levels of development from undergraduate to PhD level studies.
: Authoritative opinion from expert practitioners, focusing on the most important professional and clinical topics of the day.
: 17 in-depth specialist supplements per year, focusing on a range of clinical topics including tissue viability, oncology, urology, IV therapy and stoma care.
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