Nursing published its first issue in November 1971, under founders Gene W. Jackson and Daniel Cheney. In the intervening years, its circulation has grown to over 300,000, making it one of the largest nursing journals in the world.
One of the top journals for professional nurses, Nursing is tailored for those who care for patients in various settings: hospitals, patient homes, long-term care facilities, and outpatient clinics to name a few. Every month, it offers a range of compelling clinical and nonclinical articles presented in a readable, no-nonsense style.
Published monthly, Nursing is widely regarded as offering current, practical contents to its readers, and has won many editorial awards testifying to the quality of its copy and graphics. The editorial and clinical staff, a 17-member Editorial Board of distinguished clinicians and practitioners, and over 100 invited reviewers help ensure the quality of this publication.
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