About the Journal
The Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing (AJAN) is the peer-reviewed scholarly journal of the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF).
The mission of AJAN is to provide a forum to showcase and promote a wide variety of original research and scholarly work to inform and empower nurses, midwives and other healthcare professionals to improve the health and wellbeing of all communities and to be prepared for the future.
Vol. 38 No. 1 (2021): December 2020 - February 2021
Relaunched, the Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing in the year of the Nurse and Midwife. Marnie C and Peters MDJ.
“Taking our blindfolds off”: acknowledging the vision of First Nations peoples for nursing and midwifery. Sherwood J, West R, Geia L, et al.
Evaluating the impact of reflective practice groups for nurses in an acute hospital setting. Davey B, Byrne S, Millear P, et al.
Identifying barriers and facilitators of full service nurse-led early medication abortion provision: qualitative findings from a Delphi study. de Moel-Mandel C, Taket A, Graham M.
Qualitative determination of occupational risks among operating room nurses. Çelikkalp Ü and Sayılan AA.
Documenting patient risk and nursing interventions: record audit. Bail K, Merrick E, Bridge C, et al.
An audit of obesity data and concordance with diagnostic coding for patients admitted to Western Australian Country Health Service hospitals. McClean K, Cross M, Reed S.
Inpatient falls prevention: State-wide survey to identify variability in Western Australian hospitals. Ferguson C, Mason L, Ho P.