RCNi is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Royal College of Nursing, the world's largest organisation for nurses.
Our flagship journal, Nursing Standard, is the UK's highest selling weekly publication for nurses. We also produce ten specialist journals aimed at nurses and healthcare professionals. Available in print or digital format, our range of RCNi Journals keep you fully informed of the latest developments, best practice and research in your area of nursing.
Nursing Standard is the UK's most widely read nursing journal and provides you with all the information and tools you need to keep up to date on the latest best practice and meet the NMC's revalidation requirements.
Cancer Nursing Practice
Cancer Nursing Practice is the leading journal dealing with all aspects of cancer and palliative care in children and adults.
Emergency Nurse provides timely information about treatments, techniques, research and evidence based practice to professionals working in urgent care settings everywhere.
Evidence-Based Nursing is published quarterly. Its purpose is to select from the health related literature research studies and reviews that report important advances relevant to best nursing practice. Evidence-Based Nursing is co-owned by RCNi and BMJ.
Learning Disability Practice
Learning Disability Practice is a unique journal aimed at professionals working with people with intellectual disabilities in all settings, and promoting best practice in care.
Mental Health Practice
Mental Health Practice covers all aspects of mental health nursing and patient care.
Nursing Children and Young People
Nursing Children and Young People provides information and best practice for nurses and students working with babies, children and teenagers.
Nursing Management focuses on management trends and best practice in nursing leadership.
Nursing Older People
Nursing Older People contains essential information for nursing professionals working with older people.
Nurse Researcher is the only international journal publishing invaluable practical information on different methodologies of research in nursing.
Primary Health Care
Primary Health Care contains authoritative content for nurses working in community and primary care settings.