Relaunched, the Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing in the year of the Nurse and Midwife

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Casey Marnie
Micah DJ Peters


Editorial, review, nurse, midwife


Two thousand and twenty was a challenging year for all, however it was also a year of many successes for the Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, attributable in no small part to the contributions of authors, peer reviewers and readers. Here, we discuss some of our achievements to date, including publication of four quarterly issues through our relaunched website, and highlight new journal sections and plans to expand on resources for support and guidance to authors. We also introduce a guest editorial by professors Juanita Sherwood, Roianne West and colleagues who signal the beginning of a developing community of practice as First Nations nurses and midwives, educators, practitioners and researchers.  The year gone has shown us all how important it is that we share our knowledge and experience, and so we look forward to supporting another year of challenge and accomplishment for nursing and midwifery both in Australia and beyond.

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