Nursing Reports is a new, open access, peer-reviewed, online-only journal that aims to influence the art and science of nursing by making rigorously conducted research accessible and understood to the full spectrum of practicing nurses, academics, educators and interested members of the public. The journal represents an exhilarating opportunity to make a unique and significant contribution to nursing and the wider community by addressing topics, theories and issues that concern the whole field of Nursing Science, including research, practice, policy and education. The primary intent of the journal is to present scientifically sound and influential empirical and theoretical studies, critical reviews and open debates to the global community of nurses. Short reports, opinions and insight into the plight of nurses the world-over will provide a voice for those of all cultures, governments and perspectives.
The emphasis of Nursing Reports will be on ensuring that the highest quality of evidence and contribution is made available to the greatest number of nurses.
Nursing Reports aims to make original, evidence-based, peer-reviewed research available to the global community of nurses and to interested members of the public. In addition, reviews of the literature, open debates on professional issues and short reports from around the world are invited to contribute to our vibrant and dynamic journal. All published work will adhere to the most stringent ethical standards and journalistic principles of fairness, worth and credibility.
Our journal publishes Editorials, Original Articles, Review articles, Critical Debates, Short Reports from Around the Globe and Letters to the Editor.
Vol 3, No 1 (2013)
Table of Contents
|Being in an oasis: a restorative and reassuring place - women’s experiences of a valuable antenatal diabetes midwifery consultation|
|Christina Furskog Risa, Febe Friberg, Eva Lidén | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4081/nursrep.2013.e2||e2|
|The meaning of being young with dementia and living at home|
|Dag Rostad, Ove Hellzén, Ingela Enmarker | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4081/nursrep.2013.e3||e3|
|Interruptions during hospital nurses’ medication administration rounds|
|Marian Smeulers, Marjoke Hoekstra, Emma van Dijk, Femke Overkamp, Hester Vermeulen | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4081/nursrep.2013.e4||e4|
Nursing Reports [eISSN 2039-4403] is a new Open Access, online-only, peer-reviewed journal published by PAGEPress®, Pavia, Italy. All credits and honors to PKP for their OJS.