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Journals are an important source of current information for academic research. Journals focus on a specific discipline or subject area, and each article, written by an expert in the field, will report or discuss new research.
Frequency of publication enables you to keep up-to-date with issues in your subject area.
Your library has a collection of print journals for this subject - check with the library staff if you're not sure where they are.
You also have access to online journals and journal articles - use the library search to find what you need.
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Print and Online Journals
Nursing Times is a website and monthly magazine for nurses, it covers original nursing research and best practice for nurses at all stages in their career.
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Nursery World is the UK's leading magazine and website for practitioners and decision-makers across the early years education and childcare sectors.
Publishes articles on all aspects of social work and social welfare that yield new insights into established practices, evaluate new techniques and research, examine current social problems, or provide critical analysis on problems in the profession.
Health and Social Work
Presents articles dealing with all aspects of health of professional concern to social workers, improving social work practice and extending knowledge in the field of health.
Health and Social Care in the Community
Aims at a multidisciplinary approach recognizing the common ground between health and social care in the community.
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