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Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal is a peer-reviewed journal designed to meet the needs of advanced practice clinicians, clinical nurse specialists, nurse practitioners, healthcare professionals, and clinical and academic educators in emergency nursing. Articles contain evidence-based material that can be applied to daily practice. Continuing Education opportunities are available in each issue. Feature articles focus on in-depth, state of the science content relevant to advanced practice nurses and experienced clinicians in emergency care.

Primary Features:
Advanced practice focus
Evidence based, peer-reviewed
Focus on integrating best practices into clinical care
Continuing education in every issue

Recurring Columns:
Radiology Rounds
Research to Practice
Applied Pharmacology
Cases of Note

Editors:
K. Sue Hoyt, RN, PhD, RNP, APRN,BC, CEN, FAEN
Jean A Proehl RN, MN, CEN, CCRN, FAEN



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