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Nursing Specific Journals
Click the above link to access a list of all NURSING specific journals NWACC Library subscribes.
Recommended Journals and Magazines
The following journals and magazines are accessible through the Library's research databases and are available to NWACC students, faculty, and staff. Enter your My NWACC Connection when prompted. For username and password issues, contact the Student Technology Help Desk. Contact the Library for other database access issues.
The library has access to over 3,000 medical and health journals. For a complete list of Journals pertaining to Health and Wellness please visit our Journals A-Z Link.
Features news including workplace issues, job security and career trends, nursing practice, health care policy and legislation, political action and more.
American Nurse Today
Covers core issues of concern to the registered nurses, including nursing shortage, appropriate staffing, health and safety, workplace rights and patient safety/advocacy in addition to ethics and standards.
Critical Care Nurse
Publishes practical, clinically relevant manuscripts describing care of critically ill patients & their families. Provides information concerning the bedside care of critically & acutely ill patients.
Features peer-reviewed articles on the latest clinical innovations & best practice guidelines, as well as coverage of management & education issues.
Journal of Education and Research in Nursing
Publishes information on nursing education and research.
JEMS: Journal of Emergency Medical Services
Information for the improvement of patient care in the prehospital setting. They deliver the latest and most reliable information through clinical breakthroughs, compelling case studies, management perspectives, legal advice, product innovations, research, special editorial sections, supplements, face-to-face networking and more.
Journal of AHIMA (American Health Information Management Association)
Provides a professional development tool for health information managers and includes information about issues that affect the practice.