Journal of Perioperative Practice to be published by SAGE
“The Journal of Perioperative Practice is an important space for practitioners, researchers and students to access the latest research and information regarding perioperative care, research that is vital for the advancement of patient care in preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative settings in hospitals across the UK and internationally. Being published by a world-renowned publisher like SAGE ensures the wide reach and availability of this research and we look forward to the extensive discussions that this move will enable us to have with practitioners”, commented Karen McCutcheon, Editor-in-Chief of JPP.
Promoting the enhancement of skills and knowledge surrounding perioperative practice, JPP publishes literature reviews, research-based articles, topical discussions, advice on clinical issues, the current news agenda and product information.
Dawn Stott, Chief Executive, the Association for Perioperative Practice also remarked:
“AfPP’s objective is to advance health by improving patient care in the perioperative setting and JPP is an important way for us to disseminate the latest research to practitioners in service of this aim. With SAGE, a publisher that passionately believes in the power of scholarship and education, we look forward to seeing the impact of our journal’s research grow and expand and, ultimately, have a greater impact on frontline care.”
Tessa Picknett, Executive Director, STM Editorial further commented:
“We are delighted to partner with the AfPP- the UK’s leading voice in perioperative care, which represents a high proportion of all UK Nurses and Operating Department Practitioners. JPP will be a highly valued addition to our portfolio of journals and we look forward to a strong partnership that delivers exciting new content and services, and provides a high quality experience for authors, readers, and members working in the perioperative environment.”
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Sara Miller McCune founded SAGE Publishing in 1965 to support the dissemination of usable knowledge and educate a global community. SAGE is a leading international provider of innovative, high-quality content publishing more than 1,000 journals and over 800 new books each year, spanning a wide range of subject areas. Our growing selection of library products includes archives, data, case studies and video. SAGE remains majority owned by our founder and after her lifetime will become owned by a charitable trust that secures the company’s continued independence. Principal offices are located in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, Singapore, Washington DC and Melbourne. www.sagepublishing.com
The Association of Perioperative Practice (AfPP) has over 50 years of experience in leading Perioperative Excellence, with over 7,000 members who work in and around operating theatres throughout the UK and overseas. The aims of the Association include patient safety in operating theatres, the promotion of high standards of perioperative care and best practice, the exchange of professional information between members and co-operation with other professional bodies. The board of AfPP comprises elected trustees and co-opted trustees, who are based throughout the UK and work in a voluntary capacity in addition to their full-time healthcare roles. AfPP produces a wide range of publications which offer guidelines, advice or recommendations for best practice in operating departments. Regular publications include the Journal of Perioperative Practice and AfPP newsletter. AfPP’s headquarters are in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. www.afpp.org.uk
The Journal of Perioperative Practice (JPP) is the official journal of AfPP. It promotes perioperative practice by publishing literature reviews, research-based articles, topical discussions, advice on clinical issues, current news items and product information. The journal also encourages a sense of community among perioperative practitioners by providing a forum for debate. https://uk.sagepub.com/journal-of-perioperative-practice/journal203445