The Australian and New Zealand Continence Journal is the official journal of the Continence Foundation of Australia and the New Zealand Continence Association. Distributed quarterly to members of each society in Australia and New Zealand, these members include urology specialists, doctors, physiotherapists, continence workers working in hospitals, aged care and hospice facilities, pharmacies etc. The journal reaches 2000 decision makers who buy, recommend and/or prescribe continence products.
The Australian Journal of Cancer Nursing, the official journal of the Cancer Nurses Society of Australia, is published twice yearly in June and November. Cancer nurses cover a wide range of specialisations in clinical practice, education and research. They make use of a variety of products and services and are located in all health care environments. The journal functions as both an educational tool and a means of communication between members of the Society and is distributed throughout Australia.
The Maternal, Child and Family Health Nurses Australia is the national body representing groups of nurses delivering parenting services to families with infants and young children up to five years of age. The nurses provide support for maternal health and well-being and provide guidance and advice on all aspects of parenting including breastfeeding, daily care, common health concerns, nutrition, safety, development and early education. Many maternal and child health nurses also specialise in related areas such as initiation and maintenance of lactation in the breastfeeding mother. The benefits of advertising to this group of 1200 specialists members is that the MCFHNA Journal reaches maternal and child health nurses across Australia AND that these nurses directly advise parents on infant care products.
The Australian Journal of Herbal and Naturopathic Medicine (AJHNM) is Australia's leading herbal publication. A thoroughly modern, peer reviewed and clinically relevant journal, the AJHNM can trace its origins back to publications issued by the Association as long ago as the 1930s. Issued quarterly, the AJHNM publishes material on all aspects of herbal medicine including philosophy, phytochemistry, pharmacology and the clinical application of medicinal plants.
Day Surgery Australia is the official journal of the Australian Day Surgery Nurses Association. This fully refereed journal is distributed widely to day surgery professionals, as well as to universities and nursing colleges. The journal reflects current practice and reports on new Australian and international trends and developments. In addition to clinically-oriented material, the journal provides a forum for research reports, discussion papers and networking. Day surgery was first introduced into Australia in 1982, now around 60% of all surgery conducted is day surgery. Today there are 260 free standing day surgery centres in Australia and they continue to be built. ADSNA is developing distribution links in New Zealand.
The Journal of Children and Young People’s Health is the official Journal of the Australian College of Children and Young People’s Nurses The electronic journal will be published three times a year and accessed by 700 health professionals purchasing and/or recommending products and services to assist in the care of our young. In addition to clinically-orientated material, the journal provides a forum for research reports and discussion papers. ACCYPN is the only national nursing professional organisation that has children and young people as its core focus. Through direct membership ACCYPN forms an influential professional body acting on behalf of children, young people, families and the nurse who cares for them. ACCYPN recognises children and young people’s nursing as specialty nursing practice and advocates for the specialty irrespective of the setting in which children and young people are cared for.
The Journal of Stomal Therapy Australia, the official journal of the Australian Association of Stomal Therapy Nurses, is published quarterly in March, June, September and December each year. The journal functions as both an educational tool and a means of communication between members. It is distributed throughout Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia and China, to stomal therapy nurses, other registered nurses, medical practitioners, hospitals, relevant government departments, medical clinics, universities and health and medical libraries.
The Journal of the Australasian Rehabilitation Nurses’ Association is published three times a year and is the official journal of the Australasian Rehabilitation Nurses’ Association. It features articles on research, literature reviews, quality improvement activities, education initiatives and professional issues as well as regular updates from the Australasian Rehabilitation Outcomes Centre. Rehabilitation nurses are involved in all aspects of every patient’s rehabilitation. This includes guiding and supporting patients with mobility, activities of daily living, continence, wound management, medications, showering, dressing, grooming, home cleaning/maintenance, sexuality, body image, self esteem, coping skills, leisure and recreation. The Australasian Rehabilitation Nurses’ Association uses JARNA to pursue its vision that ‘rehabilitation is part of every nurse’s practice’. Advertising in this journal provides a great opportunity to reach a growing specialist profession relevant to all aspects of the healthcare industry.
The Renal Society of Australasia Journal is the official Renal Society and peak Australasian scholarly journal for nephrology nurses and associated professionals to share their ideas and research to promote evidence-based, high quality care for persons living with renal disease.
The Transplant Journal of Australasia is published three times per year and is exclusive to members of the Transplant Nurses Association Inc. Articles are sourced from within Australia and from leading practitioners and institutions abroad to keep members abreast of trends and best practice.
The World Council of Enterostomal Therapists Journal is published quarterly for members in over 55 countries and is a major component of the WCET mission to ensure evidence-based specialised nursing care is available worldwide for all people with a need for ostomy, wound or continence care.
Wound Practice and Research, the official journal of Wounds Australia, is published quarterly (hard copy and electronically) in March, June, September and November. Wound Practice and Research is the foremost reference journal for wound care specialists in Australia and New Zealand. It is received by over 3000 clinicians involved in this specialist area, including those influential in purchasing, as well as hospital, health and medical libraries.