Palliative Medicine and Nursing : Open Access
Palliative Medicine & Nursing is an Open Access Journal aims to publish, advances in patient care and treatment with insight of improving quality of patient services for better recovery of diseased.
This Journal covers psychosocial, clinical policies and legal issues related to end of life care and pain relief for sufferers with intractable pain. This Journal provides necessary information for medical professionals in palliative/hospice care setup, with current developments in treatment that includes both drug, and non-drug treatments, which primarily focuses on quality of care for better life of patients and their families.
The journal got broad scope includes all aspects of patient care who are suffering from advanced and incurable illness. Some of them listed below but not limited to;
The latest advances in medicine for pain and symptom management
The evidence-based protocols
Latest models of palliative care programs
Medical case reports
Strategies to work with patients and their families
Emotional and spiritual prospects of end of life
Experts innovative ideas and their discussions
Aims and Scope
'Aperito' promises efficient Editorial board with quality peer reviews for submitted original articles, review articles, case reports, short communications, etc. Being Open Access publications all the research work published in Palliative Medicine & Nursing Access can be accessed freely with no subscription charges. All research articles published in Open Access journals are expected to use in others literature reviews including university thesis, book chapters, and other scholarly research with appropriate citation given.
Aperito Open Access complies with the fast-paced revolution and all research published in our journals are click away provided computer with internet from any corner of the world. Published articles are permanently available and accessed by everyone once the articles complete all the pre publishing reviews and procedures
Aperito welcomes comments and any corrections from Editors and any potential scientists to improve the quality of the journal.