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. 2 (2021): Mar – May 2021
Resilience: is it time for a rethink? Moroney T, Strickland K.
Improving the quality of delirium practices in a large Australian tertiary hospital: an evidence implementation initiative. Cody S, Lizarondo L, McArthur A, et al.
“It’s only the skin colour, otherwise we are all people”: the changing face of the Australian Nurse. Dywili S, O’Brien L, Anderson J.
Shift-Work-Play: Understanding the positive and negative experiences of male and female shift workers to inform opportunities for intervention to improve health and wellbeing. Ogeil RP, Savic M, Ferguson N, et al.
Nurse managers’ perceptions of mentoring in the multigenerational workplace: a qualitative descriptive study. Coventry T, Hays AM.
Nursing undergraduates’ perception of preparedness using patient electronic medical records in clinical
practice. Mollart L, Newell R, Noble D, et al.
Diabetes care in the early primary school setting: narratives of Australian mothers. Marks A, Wilson N, Blythe S, et al.
Improving vaccination uptake with the implementation of an immunisation Nurse Practitioner. Elia S, Perrett K, Newall F.