The journal includes rigorous quantitative and qualitative research including systematic reviews, clinical trials, surveys and case studies disclosing practical learning tools for medical practitioners seeking to integrate evidence-based complementary medicine into mainstream practice.
The Australian Journal of Nursing Practice, Scholarship and Research
Circulation: now online only for Australian College of Nursing members
Average visits per month: 4186
The journal aims to reflect the broad interests of nurses and the nursing profession, and to challenge nurses on emerging areas of interest. It publishes research articles and scholarly discussion of nursing practice, policy and professional issues.
The journal publishes articles integrating clinical and research activities in the fields of basic cardiovascular science, clinical cardiology and cardiac surgery, with a focus on emerging issues in cardiovascular disease.
The journal publishes research, reviews and commentary on infection and disease affecting the health of an individual, organisation or population and of interest to researchers, clinicians, health workers and public policy professionals concerned with infection, disease and health.
Circulation: 2300 Average visits per month: 17,637
Specialty: sport and exercise science, injury, rehab
The journal publishes papers in the sub-disciplines relating to the broad sports medicine and sports science fields including sports science, exercise physiology, sport and exercise psychology, sports nutrition, public health, rehabilitation and injury management.
The journal publishes peer-reviewed, original articles related to the science of pathology including anatomical pathology, chemical pathology and biochemistry, genetics, haematology, immunology and immunopathology, microbiology and molecular pathology.
The journal publishes articles on research, quality assurance, clinical practice, case studies and original literature reviews on all matters that affect women and birth, from pre-conceptual counselling, through to pregnancy, birth, and the first six weeks postnatal.