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Journal of Neonatal Nursing


Title Abbreviation
J Neonatal Nurs
ISSN
1355-1841
Readership
Allied Health Professionals, Gynecologists, Neonatologists, Nurses, Obstetricians
Scope
This is the practical, bimonthly, research-based journal for all professionals concerned with the care of neonates and their families, both in hospital and the community. It aims to support the development of the essential practice, management, education and health promotion skills required by these professionals. The JNN will provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and information between the range of professionals working in this field; promote cooperation between these professionals; facilitate partnership care with families; provide information and informed opinion; promote innovation and change in the care of neonates and their families; and provide an education resource for this important rapidly developing field. All articles are critically reviewed by professionals working in the appropriate field. Opinions expressed in articles are those of the authors, and not necessarily those of the publisher or of the NNA. JNN is indexed in Cummulative Index to Nursing to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL), RCN Nursing Bibliography and British Nursing Index.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Neonatal Nursing Association (NNA)
Publisher Name
Elsevier Science - Netherlands
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