The British Journal of Nursing
|Edited by||Sophie Gardner|
The Nursing Record
MA Healthcare Ltd (United Kingdom)
|ISO 4||Br. J. Nurs.|
The British Journal of Nursing is a medical journal covering nursing. In addition to academic material on nursing and hospitals, the journal provides information on people and events as well as photographs and advertisements. There have been two versions of the journal, one historic and one modern.
History and availability
The journal was acquired in 1893 by Bedford Fenwick and his wife, Ethel Gordon Fenwick, the founder of the Royal British Nurses' Association, who used it to support the campaign for the official registration of nurses.
There has been a new version of the title published by MA Healthcare Ltd. since at least 1992. It does not appear to be connected to the older title. The current version has an H-Index of 41, and an SJR of 0.287.
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