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Nursing in Critical Care

Title Abbreviation
Nurs Crit Care
Electronic ISSN
Advanced Practice Nurses, Advanced Practice Trauma Nurses, Critical Care Nurses, Emergency Nurses, Med-Surg Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses
Nursing in Critical Care is an international peer-reviewed journal covering any aspect of critical care nursing practice, research, education or management. Critical care nursing is defined as the whole spectrum of skills, knowledge and attitudes utilised by practitioners in any setting where adults or children, and their families, are experiencing acute and critical illness. Such settings encompass general and specialist hospitals, and the community. Nursing in Critical Care covers the diverse specialities of critical care nursing including surgery, medicine, cardiac, renal, neurosciences, haematology, obstetrics, accident and emergency, neonatal nursing and paediatrics. Papers published in the journal normally fall into one of the following categories: research reports, literature reviews, developments in practice, education or management, reflections on practice.
Sponsoring Association(s)
British Association of Critical Care Nurses (BACCN)
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