British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing is the only journal in the UK dedicated specifically to neuroscience nursing. The journal publishes articles on all aspects of clinical practice in neuroscience nursing including neurosurgery and critical care, and long-term neurological conditions. It addresses both paediatric and adult care, and endorses inter-professional working with members of the multidisciplinary team.
Content is peer-reviewed by leading authorities in the field to ensure the highest quality of evidence-based clinical reviews, original research and professional information.
Promoting professional development
British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing is the official journal of the British Association of Neuroscience Nurses and works in partnership with BANN to promote the educational and professional interests of neuroscience nurses in the UK. The journal is endorsed by the Neuroscience Nursing Benchmarking Group.
Regular features in British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing include:
Clinical Reviews - Peer-reviewed articles presenting and interpreting the evidence in an accessible way that can be easily applied to practice.
Research - Peer-reviewed primary research papers on all aspects of neuroscience nursing practice, education and management.
Service Development - Reports of innovations in practice, audits, and service development pilots.
Policy - Updates on the implications for neuroscience nurses of the latest developments in health policy.
Research Roundup - A summary of all the latest neuroscience research published in other journals.