HNE Handover is a joint publication of Hunter New England Local Health District, the University of Newcastle and the University of New England.
HNE Handover aims to:
- increase the profile of Nursing and Midwifery within our region, nationally and internationally
- foster increased skill and confidence in writing for publication
- build a culture of evidence based practice, critical review and sharing through publication
- provide a vehicle for dissemination of information and clinical change projects and innovations
- showcase the writing of nurses and midwives, either individually or in collaboration with other disciplines
HNE Handover publishes articles with a clinical focus that highlight the work of nurses and midwives and impact on patient outcomes across the range of clinical contexts. Including:
- Feature articles: Original research and reports of other clinically focussed projects
- Discussion papers: Scholarly papers and literature reviews that highlight significant issues and challenges, trends and changing practice
- Clinical focus: Practice problem oriented papers that highlight creative and successful solutions, clinician's team efforts and evaluation of change projects
- Local interest: Reports on activities, people and processes that are unique to a particular area or service within the Area Health Service and highlight clinicians and their exceptional work
- Student contributions: Literature reviews, case studies and other scholarly work, possibly based on assignments. These may include articles that result from collaborations between students and academics
- Resource Articles: Comprehensive articles which focus on writing and reviewing articles for publication or other relevant aspects of professional development and practice.
It's called Handover, so hand it over and share it with colleagues! Handover belongs to you. Consider contributing to future editions. HNE Handover Journal is published annually in November.
Contact email: HNEhandover@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au