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'It’s a triumph to have two nurse leaders at top level'


I regret that I am not impressed by this or the presentation of the 'magazine'. The former Nursing Times was previously highly esteemed as top of its class of nursing journals and in my profession I need leading journals and not 'magazines'. When I read for leisure then I would prefer to choose from the huge range of leisure magazines in line with my personal interests. I also seem to recall in one of your former articles, which I do not have time to search for at the present moment, you referred to 'we' as if to imply you are a nurse. As I was unable to find your resume on the website, (which is usual practice for professional journals), for some reason I took it at face value that the current editor of the nursing times is a nurse and find it very disappointing that this is not so. This, and past experiences of reading nursing times has confirmed my suspicions that it is not a quality journal run by those with a deeper understanding of some highly complex nursing issues such as that which I require to advance my professional knowledge and practice.

Posted date

11 March, 2011

Posted time

12:46 pm