Journal of Neuroscience Nursing
Highlighting its focus on clinically applicable evidence-based research, the Journal of Neuroscience Nursing (JNN) carries the tagline, "Delivering the Latest Evidence in Neuroscience Clinical Practice." At a time of rapid evolution in the care of patients with neurological disorders, neuroscience nurses are making unique contributions to the scientific basis of clinical practice, and we are re-invigorating our commitment to these practitioners and our readers.
The Journal of Neuroscience Nursing (JNN) is distributed to AANN members and subscribers for a total circulation of more than 5,400. The Journal is a reference material maintained and bound yearly by hospitals, libraries and universities for use and reuse by persons in all areas of the medical field.
The Journal of Neuroscience Nursing received its first Impact Factor rating of .78 in 2010. The Impact Factor went up to .81 in 2011.
AANN produces the journal in collaboration with publisher Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW). Regular oversight of JNN is managed by the JNN Editorial Board. JNN now has its own Web site where subscribers have access to current and archival content. In addition, AANN's journal is also included on www.nursingcenter.com, a portal site to nursing and healthcare journals.
The Journal of Neuroscience Nursing is a membership benefit to all AANN members.
To access content, log in to the Members Only section of the AANN Web site and select "JNN Online Content" to access all of the available online features, including discounted CE.
Back issues are available for purchase at $25 per copy. Please contact the AANN Office for availability of issues.
The JNN Editorial Board invites you to submit your manuscripts for consideration. Please review the Guidelines for Authors prior to submitting a manuscript. In addition, submitting manuscripts online for publication just got easier with Editorial Manager at www.editorialmanager.com/neuronurse. This online format is the only way that manuscripts will be accepted.