By Jennifer Brunworth, EdD, MSN, RN - May 6, 2020
2020 International Year of the Nurse and Midwife
Because nurses are at the heart of patient care.
Nursing is more than a profession — it’s a calling. Nursing students aspire to score the highest results and become well-rounded nursing professionals — which requires equal parts IQ and EQ. This unique trait of nursing is the backbone of our solutions for nursing education.
Elsevier accompanies millions of generations of nurses
200 years ago, Florence Nightingale laid the foundations of the nursing profession, demanding continuous training, specialisation and recognition of the role of Nursing in the health field.
Today, the World Health Organization recognises and consolidates this work, celebrating the year of the nurse throughout 2020. Elsevier joins this initiative and accompanies millions of generations of nurses from their first steps in their nursing education to their clinical practice.
In honour of the bicentenary of Florence Nightingale’s birth in the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife, we at Elsevier want to personally thank you for your hard work and dedication to making such a difference in this noble profession and in the lives of so many. From the nurses on the front lines of healthcare, to the nurse educators preparing the next generation of caring, capable professionals, to the students answering the call to serve - we appreciate you and your amazing accomplishments!
Responding to the urgent need for best practice nursing resources for critical care teams dealing with Covid -19 patients
In response to the urgent need for critical care teams dealing with Covid-19 to have access to best practice nursing resources, a series of articles on patient assessment, treatment strategies, processes and management of Covid-19 patients has been rapidly published in Clinics in integrated care; an international journal publishing review articles on multidisciplinary topics in family medicine for healthcare professionals involved in delivering integrated care.
Links to the full text articles already published follow below. Additional articles in this series will be added on publication.
An expanded and consolidated version of these articles will be published in 2021 as a book edited by Chris Carter and Joy Notter: Covid-19: A Critical Care Textbook.
Full text articles already published
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