AACN Advanced Critical Care offers more support to keep your critical care practice up to date. The journal has broadened its scope to cover the full range of critical care challenges, including moral distress in caregivers, understanding advanced modes of mechanical ventilation and preventing and managing complications of critical illness. In addition, the journal delivers the newest, most crucial advice on such topics as dealing with complex ECG rhythms, new critical care drugs and leading-edge technologies.As an official publication of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, AACN Advanced Critical Care is the premier source of information for the critical care and acute care nurse, CNS and NP. AACN members enjoy exclusive savings off the regular subscription rates. AACN members call 1-800-638-3030 to receive your special member rate.Website: www.aacnclinicalissues.com.
The American Journal of Critical Care is the premier source for evidence-based critical care practice. The journal's mission is to provide its readers with clinically relevant content in every issue and to serve as a vehicle for the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses to achieve its mission of improving the care of critically ill patients and their families. Authors are invited to submit original manuscripts describing investigations, advances, or observations from all specialties related to the care of critically ill patients. The American Journal of Critical Care publishes clinical studies, basic research studies, preliminary/short communications, case reports, reports on new apparatuses and techniques, clinical/basic science reviews, guest editorials, and letters to the editors. Papers promoting collaborative practice and research are encouraged.
The mission of the journal CRITICAL CARE NURSE is to provide critical care and acute care nurses with accurate, relevant, and useful information concerning the bedside care of critically and acutely ill patients and to keep critical and acute care nurses informed on issues that affect their practice. By reading any issue of CRITICAL CARE NURSE, critical care and acute care nurses should benefit through increased knowledge concerning critical and acute care nursing practice and be able to use this knowledge to care for patients and their families in a more effective manner.