Journal of Renal Nursing
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Editorials
Articles which evaluate the latest developments and key areas of debate or controversy in renal nursing practice, providing independent opinion on current issues affecting your practice.
Clinical Reviews & Case Reports
Relevant and up-to-date evidence-based articles and original research on a wide range of subjects specific to the treatment of renal care patients. Case reports provide analysis of specific patient cases following an episode of care and guidance on conducting assessments.
Education & Training in Practice
Essential back to basics articles to assist your education and training to facilitate your future learning and understanding in important areas of practice.
Professional Issues
Information on the key issues and concerns you face as a renal nursing professional, together with career development advice, guidance and patient group direction.
Spotlight
Key discussions on topical issues relating to your renal nursing practice ranging from drugs and dressing issues to use of equipment, amongst others, which will provide you with the knowledge to administer the best patient care
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Journal of Renal Nursing

The JRN will give renal nurses a voice on the clinical and professional issues that affect the work place. It will promote and share current best practice within the multidisciplinary world of renal and hopefully beyond.
Sarah Mackie, Renal Practice Development Sister, Kings College Hospital, London.

Journal of Renal Nursing (JRN) is a new bi-monthly multi-disciplinary clinical journal, launched in May 2009, for nurses and other allied healthcare professionals specializing in renal care.

The journal is focused on promoting excellence in clinical practice and will provide up-to-date accessible, practical and visually stimulating information, written by experts and peer-reviewed by leading authorities in the field, to help inform, challenge and support anyone working within or alongside renal units and to facilitate evidence-based practice.

Although primarily a nursing journal, JRN is designed to meet the educational needs of all professionals working in renal care, including pharmacists, dietitians, healthcare assistants, social workers, physicians, clinical technologists, transplant surgeons and histocompatibility scientists working within a multi-disciplinary team.

The journal will also address professional and training issues, disseminate information on the latest developments in policy, research and clinical practice, and provide a forum for review of critical issues to promote the advancement of renal care.

A subscription to JRN will ensure you keep up-to-date with the latest developments in renal nursing, as well as help you increase your knowledge and skills in all areas of clinical practice.
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