Free Nursing Journals – Featured Journal

Twice each month, we feature a nursing journal from the more than 60 nursing journals available on our site, enabling you free online access to every article in the latest issue.

Many of our Featured Journals include continuing education activities, special features, recurring departments, patient education tools, and more. We invite you to check back often to take advantage of our Featured Journal, a free online nursing journal offered by NursingCenter.com.

The current Featured Journal is…

Rehabilitation Nursing Journal
 

Current Issue -- FREE online until 10/05/18


 

Rehabilitation Nursing Journal features in-depth articles on current practice issues, research and its implications, editorial features, and news about products and services for individuals with disabilities or chronic illness.
 

CE from this Journal

Bowel Control Strategies used by Veterans with Long-Standing Spinal Cord Injuries
Experiences of Older Adults After Hip Fracture - An Integrative Review
Use of Oral Hydration Protocols for Dysphagic Patients Following Stroke
Diagnosis and Treatment of Edema and Lymphedema in the Cancer Patient
Collaboration Between Cancer Survivorship and Rehabilitation Programs With Head and Neck Patients
The Intersection of Rehabilitation and Palliative Care: Patients With Advanced Cancer in the Inpatient Rehabilitation Setting
Healthcare Professionals' Attitudes to Rehabilitation Programming for Male Cancer Survivors
Tolerability and Product Properties of a Gum-Containing Thickener in Patients With Dysphagia
People Living With HIV: Implications for Rehabilitation Nurses
The Impact of Stroke Nurse Navigation on Patient Compliance Postdischarge
Improving Patient Safety Through Video Monitoring
Trauma-Informed Care Is the Best Clinical Practice in Rehabilitation Nursing
Implementation Strategies to Improve Knowledge and Adherence to Spinal Cord Injury Guidelines
Is the CABIC Clean Intermittent Catheterization Patient Education Effective?
Sex and Intimacy after Stroke
Evidence-Based Continence Care: An Integrative Review
Reading as a Nursing Intervention for Agitation in Patients with Anoxic Brain Injury
 

 

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