Clinical Nurse


Journal of Clinical Nursing and Practice has announced almost 50 percent discount on article processing charge to commemorate its Anniversary. Journal of Clinical Nursing and Practice aims to disseminate knowledge and promote discussion through the publication of peer-reviewed, high quality research papers on all topics related to Chromatography. The open access journal is published by the Lexis Group comprising of Lexis Academy and Lexis Press, has come a long way in publishing sector. The Editorial Board of Journal of clinical nursing and practices is overwhelmed by the response and eagerness of the academic and research contributors to publish with the journal and take part in the year-long celebrations.

Becoming a clinical nurse is the first step to an exciting and rewarding career. It allows you to work in various healthcare settings, including health centers, hospitals, schools and private practices. As a clinical nurse, you will have advanced expertise, which means you could also become employed in education and leadership roles. Of course, your specialization will determine exactly where you will start to work, with some common areas including emergency care, pediatrics and geriatrics.

Journal accepts original manuscripts in the form of research articles, review articles, Clinical reviews, commentaries, case reports, perspectives and short communications encompassing all aspects of clinical nursing and practice for publication in open access platform. All the manuscript published are available freely online immediately after publication without any subscription charges or registration.

Working as a Clinical Nurse

Clinical nurses are true specialists, which is needed because managed care has grown so much over the past few years. As a clinical nurse, you will spend your time performing a wide range of tasks, but the ultimate goal is to find a way to minimize expenditure and maximize health outcomes for patients.

Naturally, your chosen specialty will determine exactly which tasks you will perform. However, all clinical nurses engage at least in the following:

  • Ensuring patient care is at optimum level by partnering with direct nursing staff. This means you will evaluate the practices that are in place and come up with alternatives through consultation with managers. Furthermore, educating others is a big part of this.
  • Making decisions in terms of the allocation of resources, including staff.
  • Working on the development of highly specialized treatment plans, which you will perform after evaluation of the individual patient.
  • Providing education to patients and their family on managing specific conditions.
  • Encouraging teamwork across the board and developing practices to improve this.
  • Looking into patient data and monitoring their outcomes.
  • Taking part in new education and research to keep knowledge up to date.
  • Nursing is about a lot more than providing bedside care. Although this is an important element, various other factors are just as important. If you want to be involved in improving the kind of care that people receive and if you want to know how care settings operate from the inside, then clinical nursing may just be for you.

Emily Wilson
Managing Editor        
Journal of Clinical Nursing and Practice
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