As well as being the UK’s most widely read nursing journal, Nursing Standard is a unique digital resource that keeps nurses and health professionals up to date with the latest developments, best practice and research to meet the NMC’s revalidation requirements
As a subscriber you can also read all our news, features and opinion articles on our app. On our website you’ll find our online archive of clinical and continuing professional development (CPD) articles, as well as a history of nursing best practice stretching back to 1987.
Nursing Standard continues to publish relevant and up to the minute peer-reviewed articles and in-depth analysis of current nursing news and practice. We focus on the following clinical topics throughout the year:
- Critical care
- End of life
- Infection prevention and control
- Mental health
- Pain management
- Surgical care
- Skin/wound care
We also regularly cover a range of professional issues such as workforce, leadership, nursing regulation, healthcare funding, patient experience and nurse well-being.
Nursing Standard is indexed on these databases: British Nursing Index, Ethnic minorities health, A Current Awareness Bulletin, International Nursing Index, MIDIRS Midwifery Digest, OSH-ROM (HSELINE), Palliative Care Index, RNdex.
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From as little as £7.60 a month, a subscription to Nursing Standard gives you unlimited access to these valuable resources:
- Choice of digital or print edition – your monthly journal, delivered to your inbox and/or door
- Personalised website and e-newsletters – we highlight articles of interest to you based on what you’ve read before on the Nursing Standard website. This also informs the content you receive in your daily e-newsletters, ensuring you get more of what’s relevant to you
- Access to our app – you can read all our news, features and opinion content on the move via your smartphone or tablet and be alerted to breaking news stories
- Online archive and ten extra articles a month – access our archive of peer-reviewed articles. You can even access up to ten articles each month from any other RCNi journal
- RCNi Portfolio – get a clear overview of your revalidation progress at a glance, with interactive quizzes to help you quickly build your CPD hours
- Continuous online publishing – peer-reviewed articles are available online first, giving you faster access to new content
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