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. 4 (2021): September - November 2021
Burnout as a systemic challenge: job demands, loss cycles and the need for a workforce strategy.
Sharplin G. PP. 1–3 • 2020.384.721
Mental well-being and future career intentions of new graduate nurses and midwives in their first year of entry into the workforce: a cross sectional survey.
Ohr SO, Holm D, Ball J, et al. PP. 4–13 • 2020.384.172
The region-wide implementation of a relationship education program for first time parents delivered in the maternal and child health care setting: evaluating reach and effectiveness.
Taket A, Crisp B. PP. 14–23 • 2020.384.203
Evaluation of an online medicines’ safety course for remote area nurses.
Speare T, Rissel C, Lenthall S, Pennington K. PP. 24–31 • 2020.384.325
COVID-19 front door screening implementation: experiences of staff conducting screening.
Kennedy K, Fish JA, Forsythe D, et al. PP. 32–40 • 2020.384.430
Older South Sami women and men’s expectations regarding home healthcare in Sweden.
Ness TM, Söderberg S, Hellzen O. PP. 41-48 • 2020.384.545
Reflective practice groups and nurse professional quality of life.
Sundgren MKM, Millear PM, Dawber C, et al. PP. 49–61 • 2020.384.355
REVIEWS & DISCUSSION PAPERS
A nurses’ guide to using models of reflection.
Ingham-Broomfield B. PP. 62–67 • 2020.384.395
Reflections of executive staff using the SaferCare Victoria COVID-19 clinical screening tool in a residential aged care service during the pandemic in Victoria, Australia.
Pinto S, Wainer Z, Oliver S, et al. PP. 68-71 • 2020.384.506