Journals Directory “D, E, F, G”

Last Updated 2016/05/29; n=14

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The Diabetes Educator (TDE)

  • Editor-in-Chief: James A. Fain
  • Publisher: Sage
  • Author guidelines
  • Association: American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE)
  • Description: primary purpose is to publish papers on aspects of patient education, professional education, and serve as a reference for the science and art of diabetes management. The journal publishes original research, perspectives in practice, and application in such areas as nutrition, pharmacy, psychosocial aspects of diabetes, and health care policy.

Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing (DCCN)

  • Editor-in-Chief: Kathleen Ahern Gould
  • Publisher: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins
  • Author guidelines
  • Description: provides nurses with accurate, current, and relevant information and services to excel in critical care practice.

Dissector: The Journal of the Perioperative Nurses of New Zealand

  • Editor: Irene Minchin
  • Publisher: Advantage Publishing LTD
  • Association: Perioperative Nurses College of NZNO
  • Author Guidelines (PDF download)
  • Description: welcomes articles, reports, book reviews, letters to the editor, exemplars, case study experiences, research papers/ projects, perioperative services and quality improvement issues, or regional news.

Diversity and Equality in Health and Care

  • Editors: Paula McGee and Mark R D Johnson
  • Publisher: Radcliffe
  • Author guidelines
  • Description: concerned with the equitable provision of healthcare and services for members of diverse social groups and settings in all countries in the world. Diversity is seen as a very broad concept, embracing areas including (but not limited to) race, culture and ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, migrants, carers, disabilities (including physical, communication and learning), spirituality, and underserved or marginalised populations. Diversity also extends to the wide variety of settings in which care takes place and the multidisciplinary nature of professional practice.  Articles include research papers, practice papers, policy or managerial aspects of delivering services to members of diverse groups, debate papers that address key issues in diversity or which focus on under-researched topics, knowledge-sharing reports that may include book, website, video and other resource reviews and papers about specific initiatives to improve practice.

Dynamics: The Official Journal of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses

  • Editor: Paula Price
  • Publisher and Association: Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses
  • Author guidelines
  • Description: submissions are invited on any of the following: clinical, education, management, research and professional issues in critical care nursing. Critical care encompasses a diverse field of clinical situations which are characterised by the nursing care of patients and their families with complex, acute and life-threatening biopsychosocial risk.  While the patient’s problems are primarily physiologic in nature, the psychosocial impact of the health problem on the patient and family is of equal and sometimes lasting intensity. Articles on any aspect of critical care nursing are welcome.

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Education for Primary Care

  • Editor: Ed Peile
  • Publisher: Radcliffe
  • Association: Association of Primary Care Educators and World Organisation of Family Doctors
  • Author guidelines
  • Description:  the pre-eminent resource for academics, GP trainers and tutors, undergraduate tutors and all primary care educators who want to make medical education for primary care the best that it can be. Welcomes general articles, original contributions, news and review articles in the general areas of undergraduate, postgraduate and vocational training, and continuing education of healthcare professionals in the United Kingdom and overseas. We welcome articles from authors who have had teaching experience, and who have evaluated new and successful teaching methods which they would like to share with their colleagues. These can be one-to-one or group teaching skills.

Emergency Nurse

  • Editor: Claire Picton
  • Managing editor: Nick Lipley
  • Publisher: RCN Publishing
  • Author guidelines
  • Description: Emergency Nurse is a practice-based journal specifically for nurses working in all aspects of unscheduled, urgent and emergency care. Emergency Nurse covers the most important new treatment methods and techniques. Peer-reviewed articles focus on the latest clinical innovations and best practice guidelines, as well as coverage of management and education issues. A comprehensive news round-up ensures that readers do not miss important developments.

European Journal of Cancer Care

  • Editor-in-Chief: David Weller
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Author Guidelines
  • Description: provides a medium for communicating multiprofessional cancer care across Europe and internationally. The Journal publishes original research reports, literature reviews, guest editorials, letters to the Editor and special features on current issues affecting the care of cancer patients.

European Journal of Public Health

  • Editor-in-Chief: Peter Allebach
  • Publication: Oxford
  • Association: European Public Health Association
  • Author guidelines
  • Description:  a multidisciplinary journal aimed at attracting contributions from epidemiology, health services research, health economics, social sciences, management sciences, ethics and law, environmental health sciences, and other disciplines of relevance to public health. The journal provides a forum for discussion and debate of current international public health issues, with a focus on the European Region. Bi-monthly issues contain peer-reviewed original articles, editorials, commentaries, book reviews, news, letters to the editor, announcements of events, and various other features.

Evidence-Based Nursing

  • Editor: Alison Twycross
  • Publisher: RCN Publishing and BMJ
  • Author Guidelines
  • Description: Published quarterly, the purpose of Evidence-Based Nursing is to select from the health related literature research studies and reviews that report important advances relevant to best nursing practice. The clinical relevance and rigour of the studies is assessed to identify research that is relevant to nursing. A commentary on chosen articles identifies the key findings and implications for clinical practice.

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Gastroenterology Nursing

  • Editor: Kathy Baker
  • Publisher: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins
  • Author guidelines
  • Description: delivers the information nurses need to stay ahead in this specialty. The journal keeps gastroenterology nurses and associates informed of the latest developments in research, evidence-based practice techniques, equipment, diagnostics, and therapy. The only professional, peer-reviewed nursing journal covering this area, Gastroenterology Nursing is an invaluable resource for current SGNA guidelines, new GI procedures, pharmacology, career development, and certification review. Its lively editorial style and illustrations make the journal a pleasure to read and consult.

Gastrointestinal Nursing

  • Editor, Jolene Menezes
  • Publisher: MA Healthcare
  • Author guidelines
  • Description: essential reading for all nurses specialising in gastrointestinal care who wish to provide the best possible care for their patients. It is a journal that covers all aspects of gastrointestinal nursing, such as inflammatory bowel disease, stoma care, endoscopy, hepatology and nutrition. It focuses on all the specialties in the field, including stoma care, endoscopy, nutrition and coloproctology nursing, and examines topics such as irritable bowel syndrome, high-output stoma, Crohn’s disease, constipation, incontinence, updated in endoscopy technology, heptobiliary disease, research into cost-effective methods of care and PEG feeding. The journal contains expert analysis, original research, case studies, review articles and the latest news in these fields, as well as CPD articles to help nurses with their PREP requirements.

Geriatric Nursing (GN)

  • Editor: Barbara Resnick
  • Publisher: Elsevier
  • Associations: American Assisted Living Nurses Association, National Gerontological Nursing Association, and Gerontological Advanced Practice Nurses Association
  • Author guidelines 
  • Description: a comprehensive source for clinical information and management advice relating to the care of older adults. The journal’s peer-reviewed articles report the latest developments in the management of acute and chronic disorders and provide practical advice on care of older adults across the long term continuum. Geriatric Nursing addresses current issues related to drugs, advance directives, staff development and management, legal issues, client and caregiver education, infection control, and other topics. The journal is written specifically for nurses and nurse practitioners who work with older adults in any care setting.

Global Qualitative Nursing Research

  • Editor: Janice M. Morse
  • Publisher: Sage
  • Author guidelines
  • Description: a groundbreaking new international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal focusing on qualitative research in the field of nursing. The Journal specializes in topics important to nurses: nursing, care, health, and illness. GQNR will publish research articles, qualitatively-driven mixed-method designs, meta-analyses, and articles focused on methodological development. Special sections include Ethics, Methodological Development, Developing the Theoretical Base of Nursing, Establishing Evidence, and Application to Practice. As an open-access, author-pays journal, GQNR will be published online-only, unrestricted by frequency or page limits and governed solely by submissions, editorial integrity, and content value. Of importance, we can also post, with the published article, videos, photos, interviews, appendices, and other supplemental data, and even a non-English copy of the article.