The consultation psychiatric liaison nurse is a significant and diverse specialty within generalist health services. Mental health nurses in non-traditional mental health settings provide a range of services including: direct patient care, education and research, staff support and capacity building, and organisational planning consultation. The history of this specialty dates back to the early 1960’s in North America with the increasing influence of holistic and patient centred nursing care.
Research within this area continues to emergeand we invite researchers to submit original research articles, review articles, case reports, mini reviews, rapid communication, opinions and editorials on all related aspects of psychiatric consultation liaison nursing that will stimulate the continuing efforts to generate and implement evidence-based knowledge and practice within this specialty.
Guest Editor : Dr. Seyed Afshin Shorofi Mazandaran University of Medical Sciences, Iran
On behalf of the special edition handling editor Dr. SeyedAfshinShorofi, We are pleased to announce a special edition on "Critical Care Nursing" from Austin Journal of Nursing & Health Care.
In this special issue, we are inviting front-line researchers and authors to submit their valuable work for the publication in the upcoming special edition. Article can be of Original Research/Reviews/Case Reports that explore latest research developments in critical care nursing.
The aim of the special issue is to publish the latest scientific information & provide free access to the readers across the world.