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Heart & Lung: The Journal of Cardiopulmonary and Acute Care

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Heart & Lung: The Journal of Cardiopulmonary and Acute Care, the official publication of The American Association of Heart Failure Nurses, presents original, peer-reviewed articles on techniques, advances, investigations, and observations related to the care of patients with acute and critical illness and patients with chronic cardiac or pulmonary disorders. The Journal's acute care articles focus on the care of hospitalized patients, including those in the critical and acute care settings. Because most patients who are hospitalized in acute and critical care settings have chronic conditions, we are also interested in the chronically critically ill, the care of patients with chronic cardiopulmonary disorders, their rehabilitation, and disease prevention.

 

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Virtual Special Issue: Health Inequities and Cardiopulmonary Health

Guest Editors: Lisa M. Lewis, PhD, RN, FAAN, FAHA and Gayenell S. Magwood PhD, RN, FAAN, FAHA

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Call for Reviews

Heart & Lung invites review papers that address the following topics:

  • Health equity as related to cardiopulmonology.
  • Care of patients with acute or chronic cardiac or pulmonary disorders across the lifespan.
  • Care of acutely ill, critically ill, and chronically ill patients across the lifespan.
  • Health policy and cost issues related to the care of patients with cardiac or pulmonary disorders or the care of acutely or critically ill patients.
  • Global/international health perspectives.
  • Issues related to patient education and self-management and provider education.

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AAHFN's Leadership Message

The AAHFN unites professionals, patients and caregivers in the support and advancement of heart failure practice, education and research, thus promoting optimal patient outcomes.

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