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. 40 No. 3 (2023): June - August 2023
Rising to the climate challenge: integrating climate action in the undergraduate curriculum.
Best O, Tutticci N, Heart D, et al.
Can personal psychological resources reduce burnout and turnover in Australian hospital nurses.
Eley S, Hassmen P.
The impact of using an academic electronic medical record program on first-year nursing students’ confidence and skills in using E-documentation: a quasi-experimental study.
Mollart L, Noble D, Mereles A, et al.
Australian nurses’ satisfaction and experiences of redeployment during COVID-19: a cross-sectional study.
Chu G, Connelly K, Mexon A, et al.
REVIEWS AND DISCUSSION PAPERS
Do contemporary patient assessment requirements align with expert nursing practice?
McLiesh P, Rasmussen P, Wiechula R.
Corrigendum to ‘Understanding COPD Emergency Department presentations: using thematic analysis to explore the voices of patients, nurses, and doctors on the lived experience of managing COPD’ [Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, volume 40, issue 1 (2022), DOI 10.37464/2023.401.195]