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Revue de L'infirmière (Nurse's Review)


Title Abbreviation
Rev Infirm
ISSN
1293-8505
Therapeutic Area
Readership
Caregivers, Nurses, Nursing Students, Residents, Student Nurses
Scope
The Nurse's Review, the monthly magazine for all nurses. Founded in 1951 by the French Red Cross, the Journal of the Nurse is the oldest publication in the discipline. Concrete and technical, it is in direct contact with the daily practice of nurses; it thus provides them with all the training and information they need to practice their profession. Each month, the Revue de l'infirmiere offers you 4 essential sections for your daily exercise: News: major events Training: complete file on a pathology or type of care, its diagnosis and its protocol. Practical: regular headings for diagnosis, protocol, compliance, helping relationship, home care, etc. Guide: new products, new materials, associations, diary, books and multimedia, job and training offers. And since January 2006, the Journal of the nurse offers you a medication sheet and a medical imaging sheet. Also every month, with a publication staggered between each issue, the supplement to the Revue de l'intérieur covers a specialty or a mode of nursing practice. Also included in the subscription, the Training special issue.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Croix-Rouge Française
Publisher Name
Elsevier Masson SAS Éditeur
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