Clinical Case Reports Appoints new Editor-in-Chief
We are delighted to announce that Clinical Case Reports has appointed a new Editor-in-Chief, Professor Debra Jackson, who has been an academic nurse for over 15 years. She has a strong international profile and her experience and expertise includes leading two impressive research programs in women’s and family health and workforce development and adversity. Much of her research has been funded by national competitive grants. Professor Jackson has published widely, and has over 250 publications including journal articles, books and book chapters. She is Editor of the Journal of Clinical Nursing, Managing Editor of Advances in Contemporary Nursing, and Editorial Board member and peer reviewer for Australian and international journals and funding bodies.
Professor Jackson has a strong vision for the newly launched journal:
“Clinical Case Reports is a unique journal that aims to contribute to quality patient care and health professional education through the dissemination of clinical practice scenarios. We focus on common and unusual clinical situations, and encourage critical reflection and critique of practice, and have a particular interest in reports that draw on the use of clinical guidelines. We want to support clinicians in providing patients with the best possible care, and ultimately we aim to provide a reservoir of case reports that can also be used in teaching and for secondary research purposes”.
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