Effect of Protective Cover on the Quality of Life of Patients With Tracheostomy—A Quasi-Experimental Study
Journal of Perioperative Medicine seeks original articles useful to nurses interested in all phases of perioperative care in PACUs (Phases 1 and 2), procedural areas, surgery facilities, and critical care units. Readers are experienced clinicians practicing in diverse areas and involved in the care of patients undergoing procedures requiring sedation, analgesia, and anesthesia.
Journal of Perioperative Medicine provides original, peer-reviewed research for a primary audience that includes nurses in perianesthesia settings, including ambulatory surgery, preadmission testing, postanesthesia care (Phases I and II), extended observation, and pain management. Journal of Perioperative Medicine provides a forum for sharing professional knowledge and experience relating to management, ethics, legislation, research, and other aspects of Perioperative Medicine.
First-time authors as well as those who have published previously are encouraged to submit manuscripts. The Coeditors welcome manuscripts describing a specific clinical innovation, original research, best practice/evidence-based practice project, systematic review, or case study experiences. Journal of Perioperative Medicine is successfully running volume 3 with the reader from around the world.
The Coeditors invite authors to send a query letter or e-mail before beginning to write a manuscript. Briefly describe your idea and the primary topics to be covered. A Coeditor will respond with feedback to help you develop the manuscript in accordance with the Journal's current needs and policies.
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