Journal For Emergency Nursing

Journal For Emergency Nursing

The Journal of Emergency Nursing, the official journal of the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA), reaches the greatest number of emergency nurses, emergency/trauma departments and emergency department managers of any publication. Containing practical, clinical articles on current trends in emergency nursing practice, as well as cutting-edge emergency room management issues, JEN saves nurses time and effort by keeping them informed.

The Journal of Emergency Nursing, the official journal of the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA), reaches the greatest number of emergency nurses, emergency/trauma departments and emergency department managers of any publication.

The Journal of Emergency Nursing, the official journal of the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA), reaches the greatest number of emergency nurses, emergency/trauma departments and emergency department managers of any publication.

JEN is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes original articles on all aspects of emergency nursing practice. JEN is read by more than 18,000 registered members and subscribers worldwide who are involved in a variety of disciplines within emergency care settings.

Containing practical, clinical articles on current trends in emergency nursing practice, as well as cutting-edge emergency room management issues, JEN saves nurses time and effort by keeping them informed.

The Journal of Emergency Nursing is the official publication of the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA), the largest professional organization for emergency nurses in North America. With a circulation of approximately 10,000, JEN is read by more than 29,000 registered members as well as other healthcare professionals who work in emergency departments throughout North America. It has been honored with numerous awards and citations for excellence in publishing including Best Medical Journal by Library Journal and Best Publication Award at AMIA Annual Meeting 2009.

JEN is the No. 1 journal for emergency nurses.

JEN is the No. 1 journal for emergency nurses. It is the only peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal focusing on all aspects of emergency nursing practice and education.

JEN is published six times a year by Elsevier, the world’s leading provider of information solutions that support decisions and enhance professional performance in health care, science, legal and business sectors.

The Journal publishes original research articles, review articles and clinical studies dealing with acute illnesses or injuries that require immediate medical intervention. The JEN editorial board is made up of some of the most respected experts in their fields within emergency medicine who are actively involved in teaching both undergraduate and graduate level students about patient care related issues such as:

  • Patient assessment;
  • Emergency response plans;
  • First aid techniques;
  • Crisis management skills including trauma management protocols;
  • Disaster preparedness strategies for hospitals located near active volcanoes (elevated sulfur dioxide levels present additional health risks for patients being treated after an earthquake)

We hope this overview of the Journal of Emergency Nursing has given you a good understanding of what it’s all about. JEN is the No. 1 journal for emergency nurses, and it’s a must-read for anyone who wants to stay current in their field. If you’re interested in reading more about our content or subscribing, please visit emergencynursesassociation.org/jenn/

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