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HIV Nursing journal

HIV Nursing has been developed as a forum for those at the forefront of caring for people affected by HIV. The peer reviewed journal is supported by a highly respected Editorial Board drawn from a wide range of nursing specialties. This is further strengthened by an Advisory Panel who will be making regular contributions to the journal.

HIV Nursing is intended to provide a medium for communication on issues relating to HIV care, which will be run by the care professionals for those involved in the day-to-day matters affecting the lives of patients.

HIV Nursing is listed in the CINAHL, Elsevier, Scopus, Thomson Gale, Mosby Year Book, Embase and EMNursing databases.


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HIV Nursing welcomes research papers, case reports, audit reports, literature reviews, editorial letters and other contributions relevant to healthcare professionals working in HIV. HIV Nursing also welcomes blogs for the website.

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HIV Nursing

Editorial Board

Juliet Bennett
Independent Nurse Advisor

Michelle Croston
Lecturer, Manchester Metropolitan University;
Specialist Nurse, North Manchester General Hospital

Liz Foote
HIV Nurse Specialist, Liverpool Community Health

Ian Hodgson
Independent Consultant, HIV Education and Research

John McLuskey
Associate Professor, University of Nottingham

James Meek
Senior Lecturer, University of Central Lancashire, Preston

Jim Stanford
Clinical Team Leader, Sussex Beacon

Shaun Watson
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London


Advisory Panel

Nathaniel Ault
Specialist field: adult HIV

Pauline Jelliman
Specialist field: community

Angelina Namiba
Specialist field: from pregnancy to baby and beyond

Katie Rowson
Specialist field: paediatric HIV

Judith Sunderland
Specialist field: HIV midwifery