Nursing Journal

  1. Which is the best Nursing Journal to subscribe to for Australian nurses? Or, is there one that is international that is much better?


    Also, does anyone know how I can subscribe to the Nursing Times, UK publication?

    I am looking to subscribe to a Nursing Journal (or two) but don't want to use my Credit Card over the internet outside Australia Businesses.

    Can someone hlep me?
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  2. 8 Comments

  3. by   gwenith
    If you joooin the ANF you get the Advanced journal of Nursing. I guess I am a little spoiled I usually just log on and download what I want from the E-journals in the library.
  4. by   bulletproofbarb
    Not in Western Australia we don't. We have to subscribe to it ourselves if we want it. I am not sure what it is like, been looking for a copy around wok but haven't seen any.
    I saw the index/abstracts for the articles on the website and it didn't really impress me all that much.
  5. by   gwenith
    Hmmm AT work QLD health have done a deal with the Universities so all staff have access to the University libraries and I just log on (from home) do a search through CINAHL and look at what articles I want. I can still claim some of that back in tax but I have ot be careful about journaling when and where. Certainly if you download and copy through the library you can calim it back.

    I wonder if time spent on allnurses is tax deductable
  6. by   jayna
    If any info tell me.
  7. by   kzippi
    Hi there,
    I don't think that you are able to subscribe directly to the Nursing times UK if you live in Australia, but maybe you could get it through a newsagency.
    The ward where I work in the UK subscribes to the Nursing Times, but its mainly all job vacancies these days.

    What do you want the UK news for anyway, its crap here, I can't wait to get my visa through to come and join you folk!!!!!
  8. by   donmurray
    Both the UK nursing weeklies have websites, the Nursing Times, and the Nursing Standard. The hard copy versions ARE mostly job ads! The "Standard" is owned by the Royal College of Nursing.
  9. by   sehbear
    I have also found that the 'Nursing 2003' series is very good.
    I am an avid A.N.J. supporter but it is mostly professional issues as opposed to pratical.
  10. by   Farkinott
    If you work for Qld Health try the Clinician's Knowledge Network from any pc workstation, (if you find the time!)

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