We’re excited to relaunch ACN’s monthly e-magazine, NurseClick in blog format. While we’ve loved bringing you the jam-packed PDF e-magazine over the last five years, it’s time to adapt NurseClick to the contemporary online setting.
The blog, will remain as NurseClick, and the fantastic, thought-provoking content that we’ve always published on nursing practice, policy developments and professional issues won’t change. We are simply revamping the format to better share NurseClick with our Fellows, Members and the broader health care community.
You can still access our past editions of NurseClick through the ACN website, so this rich history of the publication is not lost. We’re excited that with the new blog, sharing articles will be simple through social media and our new member online hub, neo. Blog posts can also be searched for and archived much more readily than in the past.
With our new NurseClick we look forward to regularly sharing the most up-to-date health and nursing news with you and starting discussions that are important for the profession. Follow ACN on Facebook or Twitter, or return to the NurseClick homepage to keep updated.
Across the next month, NurseClick is taking a closer look at disaster nursing. Keep your eyes peeled for stories from nurses with experience on the ground in a range of out-of-ordinary settings, as well as research pieces on how our profession could approach preparing for disasters of all kinds. Our upcoming content won’t all stick to this theme, there also be plenty of news, nursing insights and updates coming your way.
Do you want to be involved in leading the conversation?
We are always on the hunt for diverse perspectives from the health care community on what matters most to you. For more information on writing for us, or to pitch an article, please email the Publications team via email@example.com.
We hope you love our new more accessible version of NurseClick!