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. 37 No. 4 (2020): September - November 2020
The mental health impact of COVID-19. Peters MDJ and Bennett M.
Recency of practice and emergency registration: preparing for surge capacity in the time of COVID-19. Chiarella M and Stewart D.
Continuity of care for people with multimorbidity: the development of a model for a nurse-led care coordination service. Davis KM, Eckert MC, Hutchinson A, et al.
“A protracted struggle” – A qualitative blog study of endometriosis healthcare experiences in Sweden. Grundström H, Danell H, Sköld E, et al.
Nursing student evaluations on the quality of mentoring support in individual, dual, and group approaches during clinical training: a prospective cohort study. Gusar I, Bačkov K Tokić A, et al.
Happy, Healthy, Ready – working with early childhood non-government organisations for developmental surveillance for vulnerable children. Edwards K, Fernandez R, Rimes, Stephenson L, et al.
REVIEWS & DISCUSSION PAPERS
Implications for bachelor of nursing programs when using student experience survey findings as an indicator of course quality. Smith MR, Henderson S, Grealish L.
The importance and value of reporting guidance for scoping reviews: a rehabilitation science example. Miller E, Colquhoun H.
The non-medical surgical assistant and inequity in the Australian system. Hains T, Rowell D, Strand H.