Volume 2, Issue 2 of Science of Nursing and Health Practices (SNAHP)
is now available.
In this issue, the Editor-in-Chief, José Côté, RN. Ph.D., and the Managing Editor, Mélina Bernier, M. A. Social Intervention, discuss how the journal is positioning itself within the great challenges posed to scientific literature by the Open Access Movement. International, open-access, bilingual and free for both readers and authors, SNAHP encourages "the democratization of research by accessible research results" to the broader community. This issue presents the results of research geared to supporting nursing work and the professional development of nurses:Le libre accès, une priorité pour la recherche en santé
Open Access: A High Priority for Health Research
José Côté and Mélina Bernier 1. Nurses’ Evaluations of the Feasibility and Clinical Utility of the Use of the Critical-Care Pain Observation Tool-Neuro in Critically Ill Brain-Injured Patients
Mélissa Richard-Lalonde, Mélanie Bérubé, Virginie Williams, Francis Bernard, Darina Tsoller, and Céline Gélinas 2. Pain Management in the Context of a Nursing Help Line: Identification of Needs, Development of a Continuing Education Activity, and Evaluation of its Impact
Marc Boisvert, Charles Bilodeau, Patricia Bourgault, and Frances Gallagher 3. Integration of an Educational Video to the Briefing of Nursing Student in the Context of Emergency Care Simulation: Acceptability and Effects on Situational Anxiety and Teamwork
Isabelle Ledoux, Christian Vincelette, Stéphan Lavoie, Mélanie Marceau, Charles Bilodeau, and Émilie Gosselin 4. Improving Access to Health Care in Pediatric Emergency Departments: A Fast Track System for Children with Respiratory Problems
Nathalie Cloutier, Marie-Audrey Roy, Mathieu Blanchet and Maria Cécilia Gallani
Released twice a year, SNAHP publishes research articles, systematic literature reviews and knowledge transfer articles that assess the impact of projects aiming to improve clinical or organizational practices.
The journal was created by RRISIQ in a spirit of openness and in the aim of fostering knowledge sharing and exchanges between researchers, professionals, and practitioners operating in the health field, as well as the general public. Stay tuned for upcoming news: a call for papers in February 2020 and an issue slated for release in June 2020.