Journal of Emergency Nursing


JEN_cover_body_400The Journal of Emergency Nursing (JEN) is the official journal of the Emergency Nurses Association, and reaches more emergency nurses, emergency/trauma departments, and emergency department managers than any other journal.

app_JENThe bi-monthly journal features original research and updates from the field, and covers practice and professional issues, based on current evidence, that challenge emergency nurses every day.

ENA members receive JEN free with their membership.

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The Emergency Nurses Association and the Journal of Emergency Nursing, the association’s official peer-reviewed scholarly journal, are seeking proposals for an author team to produce a policy-focused review manuscript to be published in JEN. The paper is to focus on publications that have informed the top three policy initiatives of enduring and ongoing impact, and continued relevance over the Association’s 50 years. Proposals are due by May 15. The commissioned manuscript is due no later than Aug. 1.


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In a time of rapid and substantial growth in manuscript submissions, international reach and impact metrics, the Journal of Emergency Nursing, the official journal of the Emergency Nurses Association, is seeking applications for the position of Clinical Editor to join the senior editorial leadership team.

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The Journal of Emergency Nursing welcomes unsolicited articles including peer-reviewed articles, department/section articles and Letters to the Editor.

All submitted manuscripts must be original material that has not been published elsewhere and is not under consideration by another journal at the time of submission to JEN.

JEN print articles are also published online in the correlating online issue.

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