Nursing Magazines

  1. I have been looking for some good Nursing Magazines can anyone recommend some?

    Thanks
    Mr.Nurse
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  2. 10 Comments

  3. by   Katnip
    Do you have a specialty in mind?

    Nursing 2004 (the date changes each year)
    Nursing Made Incredibly Easy (good for those things you have forgotten since graduation)
    RN
    AJN is also good, but leans toward politics of nursing as much as actual bedside nursing.
  4. by   shrek
    Quote from Mr.Nurse
    I have been looking for some good Nursing Magazines can anyone recommend some?

    Thanks
    Mr.Nurse
    I have suscribed to most of them @ 1 time another the one I like the best...R.N. Good info,CE's, good all around...in my opinion.
  5. by   J Lynn
  6. by   Mr.Nurse
    Thanks I appreciate it
  7. by   twarlik
    I subscribe to Nursing Made Incredibly Easy. I just love it! It seems there is always an article in each issue regarding something that we're covering in class. I highly recommend it!
  8. by   ?burntout
    I subscribe to RN, Nursing 2004, and AJN. Anybody point me to where I could maybe subscribe to Nursing Made Incredibly Easy?
  9. by   Energizer Bunny
    Quote from j lynn
    someone needs to explain this to me...i went to this site and clicked on student subscription and guess what? we get to pay...........but nurses get it free....what the heck?
  10. by   KacyLynnRN
    Highly recommend Nursing made incredibly easy, offers loads of valuable educational info. every issue...also recommend Nursing 2004 (name changes depending on the year), it is about 50/50 educational articles and professional advice/stories/etc. DO NOT recommend AJN or RN, very political and most of the articles read like a nurse who has not practiced at the bedside in many years wrote them. Hope this helps!!

    P.S... If you are ever interested in travel nursing, Healthcare Traveler is a free magazine that's a great, very educational magazine. It comes as a free subscription to your home.
    Last edit by gwenith on Jun 15, '04 : Reason: link not working
  11. by   nursebedlam
    The nursing-Standard
    http://www.nursing-standard.co.uk/

    Online Journal of Issues in Nursing
    http://www.nursingworld.org/ojin/
  12. by   lifesaverwv
    How do you have time to read 3 N.Magazines & still want another one?
    I'm apparently noy using my time wisely??

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