The Nephrology Nursing Journal is a refereed clinical and scientific resource that provides current information on a wide variety of subjects to facilitate the practice of professional nephrology nursing. Its purpose is to disseminate information on the latest advances in research, practice, and education to nephrology nurses to positively influence the quality of care they provide.
Nephrology Nursing Journal
The Nephrology Nursing Journal is designed to meet the educational and information needs of nephrology nurses in a variety of roles at all levels of practice. It also serves as a source for nonnephrology nurses. Its content expands the knowledge base for nephrology nurses, stimulates professional growth, guides research-based practice, presents new technological developments, and provides a forum for review of critical issues promoting the advancement of nephrology nursing practice.
NNJ has been vetted by the International Academy of Nursing Editors (INANE) and is included in the INANE Nursing Journal Directory.
Highlights from the Current Issue - July/August 2023
- The 50th Anniversary of the Implementation of PL 92-603: A Major Change in the Care of Patients with End Stage Kidney Disease
- Assessing the Impact of Intra-Dialytic Exercise Regimen on Depression
- The Effect of Dialysis Shift on Depression and Sleep Disturbances in Patients on Chronic Hemodialysis
- Observations in the Field Concerning Infection Control Practices in Dialysis
- Quality Improvement Initiative to Increase Modality Education in a Nephrology Clinic During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Cardiac Surgery-Associated Acute Kidney Injury in Adults: Clinical Outcomes, Prevention Strategies, and Future Therapies in the Postoperative Period
- Influence of Care on the Prevention of Bacteremia in Hemodialysis: Systematic Review
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