ISSN 0309-2402 (Print); ISSN 1365-2648 (Online)
Bibliometrics and a culture of measurement
Traynor, M.; Rafferty, A.M.
This issue of JAN
Current issues and forthcoming events
Israeli nurses’ knowledge of health care reforms
Spitzer, A.; Golander, H.
An archaeology of caring knowledge
Reflective practice and clinical supervision: meticulous rituals of the confessional
John Heron’s six-category intervention analysis: towards understanding interpersonal relations and progressing the delivery of clinical supervision for mental health nursing in the United Kingdom
Sloan, G.; Watson, H.
Models of psychiatric nursing education in developing African countries: a comparative study of Botswana and Nigeria
Adejumo, O.; Ehlers, V.J.
Midwives’ perceptions of the use of technology in assisting childbirth in Northern Ireland
Sinclair, M.; Gardner, J.
The maternity information concerns of Somali women in the United Kingdom
Davies, M.M.; Bath, P.A.
Promoting teenage sexual health: an investigation into the knowledge, activities and perceptions of gynaecology nurses
Interaction relating to privacy, identity, autonomy and security. An observational study focusing on a woman with dementia and ‘behavioural disturbances’, and on her care providers
Graneheim, U.H.; Norberg, A.; Jansson, L.
Obesity in adults and children: a call for action
Holm, K.; Li, S.; Spector, N.; Hicks, F.; Carlson, E.; Lanuza, D.
Chinese values, health and nursing
Traditional healing in Likorrahi in the early 20th century
An exploration and advancement of the concept of trust
Hupcey, J.E.; Penrod, J.; Morse, J.M.; Mitcham, C.
Power and partnership: a critical analysis of the surveillance discourses of child health nurses
Holistic symptom management: modelling the interaction phase
Haworth, S.K.; Dluhy, N.M.
A stage planning programme model for health education/health promotion practice
Friends in Low Places by James Willis, Radcliffe Medical Press, Oxford, 2001, 214 pages, £19·95, ISBN 1 857 75404 2.
Risk Matters in Healthcare, Communicating, Explaining and Managing Risk by Kay Mohanna and Ruth Chambers, Radcliffe Medical Press, Abingdon, Oxon, 2001, 122 pages, £17·95, ISBN 1 857 75456 5.
Fast Food Nation: What the All-American Meal is doing to the World by Eric Schlosser, Allen Lane, The Penguin Press, London, 2001, 356 pages, £9·99, ISBN: 0 713 99602 1.
Scientific Basis of Health Care, 1st edition edited by O. Westwood, Harcourt Health Services, London, 1999, 595 pages, £19·95, ISBN: 0 723 42440 3.
Men’s Health: Perspectives, Diversity and Paradox by Mike Luck, Margaret Bamford and Peter Williamson, Blackwell Science, Oxford, 2000, 268 pages, £18·99, ISBN 0 632 05288 0.
Forthcoming contents for Volume 36, Number 3, November 2001