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Enfermeria Clinica (Clinical Nursing)


Title Abbreviation
Enferm Clin
ISSN
1130-8621
Electronic ISSN
1579-2013
Readership
Advanced Practice Nurses, Nurse Educators, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, Nursing Students, Student Nurses
Scope
Enfermería Clínica is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that is a useful and necessary tool for nursing professionals from the different areas of nursing (healthcare, administration, education and research) as well as for healthcare professionals involved in caring for persons, families and the community. It is the only Spanish nursing journal that mainly publishes original research. The aim of the Journal is to promote increased knowledge through the publication of original research and other studies that may help nursing professionals improve their daily practice. This objective is pursued throughout the different sections that comprise the Journal: Original Articles and Short Original Articles, Special Articles, Patient Care and Letters to the Editor. There is also an Evidence-Based Nursing section that includes comments about original articles of special interest written by experts.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Elsevier España, S. L.
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