Which Publication???

  1. Hi All,

    I have subscribed to "Nursing" before and found it "adequte". However, as a student who is also working, I don't have a lot of time to for reading outside my text books. :-)

    Which one publicaton do you feel will give me the most current information in nursing and future trends (i'e., AJN, Nursing, RN, etc., etc.)?


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  3. by   caroladybelle
    It's not what you are looking for but it is what you need.

    Revolution - should help with the politics and the social aspects of Nursing
  4. by   caroladybelle
    I also like AJN
  5. by   sjoe
    I would suggest you read through several of them at your school's library for a few months, then subscribe to the one that seems to suit you best. Some of them are over-specialized, others seem to be aimed at a high-school mentality, etc. There are enough of them, that you are sure to find one that is reasonably useful to you.
  6. by   frankie
    Dear SRNJIM - AJN is always a good place to start. A good habit to get into is going to the library and make yourself read one nursing research article every week or two. It will pay off later on. Another great read is Image from the Honor Society. frankie
  7. by   SRNJIM
    Thanks for your suggestions, Guys. :-)

    Jim C.
  8. by   whipping girl in 07
    I don't know if you are interested in critical care, but the Critical Care Nurse and American Journal of Critical Care are very informative.

    There is a student membership to the American Assn of Critical Care Nurses and you can get a free subscription to these journals. You can check on it at www.aacn.org

    If you join the NSNA, you get a discount on your subscription to AJN. I think you can get discounts on RN and Nursing as well.

    Good luck with your studies.