NursingPlus Open, International Journal of Nursing Practice, Research and Education
NursingPlus Open was an international open access journal that provided a forum for the publication of scholarly articles on all aspects of practice, education, research, management and policy in nursing and midwifery.
NursingPlus Open was a peer-reviewed international publication that considered research, reviews, case studies and critical discussion that supported the evidence-base behind practice and education within nursing and midwifery care and encompassed both theoretical and empirical contributions.
The aim of the journal was to support and promote excellence in nursing and midwifery and articles from all areas of the professions were welcomed, as well as from related health care professionals that supported the interdisciplinary nature of the healthcare workforce.
NursingPlus Open discontinued as of 2018.
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ISSN: 2352-9008 Journal Copyright Elsevier Ltd.
(Elsevier, 2016)This paper describes the research process–from planning to presentation, with the emphasis on credibility throughout the whole process–when the methodology of qualitative content analysis is chosen in a qualitative study. ...
(Elsevier, 2016-02-15)The purpose of the research reported in this paper was to explore the transition experiences of 10 newly endorsed nurse practitioners in Australia during their first year of practice. This paper focuses on power, control ...
(Elsevier, 2015-04-22)In Western forms of health care delivery around the globe, research tells us that nurses experience excessive workloads as they face increasingly complex needs in the populations they serve, professional conflicts, and ...
(Elsevier, 2015-06-10)This study examined factors that lead Generation Y nurses to consider or reject nursing leadership roles.
Assessing the quality of economic evaluations of clinical nurse specialists and nurse practitioners: A systematic review of cost-effectiveness (Elsevier, 2015-07-15)A limited number of randomized controlled trials (RCTs) including economic analysis have supported the cost-effectiveness of nurse practitioners and clinical nurse specialists delivering care in a variety of settings. Our ...