International Journal of Orthopaedic and Trauma Nursing
Official journal of the Association of Maltese Orthopaedic Nurses, the Australia New Zealand Orthopaedic Nurses Association, Canadian Orthopaedic Nurses Association, RCN Society of Orthopaedic and Trauma Nursing and officially recognised by the Asian Association for Dynamic Osteosynthesis (Nursing), the Danish Orthopaedic Nurses Association (FSOS), Ortopedisjuksköterskor I Sverige (Sweden) and the International Collaboration of Orthopaedic Nursing
The International Journal of Orthopaedic and Trauma Nursing is a peer-reviewed journal that seeks to promote the development and exchange of specialist knowledge within orthopaedic and trauma practice. The journal is devoted to nurses and other health professionals involved in the care of patients with orthopaedic and associated traumatic conditions. Following on from the tradition of the Journal of Orthopaedic Nursing, the journal aims to promote best practice through the dissemination of high quality research findings, debate within practice, exploration of professional issues and the development of health care practice as well as innovative roles.
The journal publishes a wide range of papers from primary research and evidence updates to personal reflections on practice, education and management issues. Supporting sections include literature reviews, book reviews and international policy digests and Letters to the Editor and Editorials are encouraged which shed additional perspectives on papers published in the journal and matters affecting orthopaedic and trauma practice.
The mission of the journal is to facilitate global networking that results in the sharing of evidence-based practice, the dissemination of ideas and knowledge amongst orthopaedic and trauma nurses alongside other members of the health care team, including the organisations which support such practitioners in developing their knowledge and practice. The editorial team encourages and supports contributions from both experienced and first time authors.
New Section - Practice Development in orthopaedics and trauma
Papers which describe initiatives and innovation in practice development are welcomed by the Editors. In keeping with the journal's aims and scope, short papers are invited from clinical staff, educators and students. Such papers may focus on, but are not restricted to, best practice and practice development initiatives; implementation of research findings and education; and development of the workforce in the clinical environment. Papers should be prepared in keeping with the journal's style (Guide for Authors can be found at click here) and should help the orthopaedic and trauma practitioner to develop and maintain their own skills and knowledge and help to transform delivery of quality care for patients elsewhere in the world. In addition, authors can use such papers to make the most of international networks by sharing their work, thoughts and ideas. The editors are keen to support new writers in preparing material and anyone in need of assistance is welcome to contact them in person at email@example.com.View all Med-Surg References titles