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The International Practice Development Journal publishes and makes freely accessible, scholarly inquiry into practice development and related fields.
The articles will challenge assumptions and provoke new visions and ideas about the contribution that practice development makes to nursing, healthcare and academia.
Academic Editor: Professor Jan Dewing, Canterbury Christ Church University, Kent and East Sussex Community Health NHS Trust, England. Honorary Research Fellow, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland. Visiting Professor, SNMIH University of Wollongong (in partnership with Uniting Care Ageing South Eastern Region), NSW, Australia.
Managing Editor: Kate Sanders, Practice Development Facilitator, Foundation of Nursing Studies, UK. Honorary Senior Lecturer, Canterbury Christ Church University, England.
Administrator: Debbie Warren, Administrator, Foundation of Nursing Studies, UK.
Current Issue: November 2013
Volume 3, Issue 2
13th November 2013: Volume 3 Issue 2 is out today!!
There are 13 papers for you to read and to share with your colleagues.
We hope that they will inspire you to write about your work and to share it through our journal.
The next deadline for submissions is 15th January 2014.
Volume 3 Issue 1 is out on 15th May 2013!
The IPDJ is delighted that the Institute for Research in Mental Health and Substance Abuse which is part of the Faculty of Health Sciences at Buskered University College (BUC), Norway, has sponsored a paper in this latest issue (Volume 3 Number 1). The paper is written by several of the Institute’s researchers and considers the potential for collaboration and partnerships between service users in the mental health and substance abuse services and their therapists.
There is also a guest editorial from the Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences which profiles the work of the Faculty and shows how collaborative working has enabled the development of the Institute for Research in Mental Health and Substance Abuse and the the Science Centre Health and Technology – both of which are creative venues for innovation, research and learning in healthcare.
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