The JORC seeks to provide content that is relevant to, and reflective of, the growing diversity of the renal care community. Criteria for publication include: originality, relevance, reader appeal and controversy. We welcome articles that promote improvement in clinical practice and research, also letters to the Editor, case studies, clinical practice papers and special reports on professional, educational, economic, ethical and medico-legal issues. For more information click here.
The impact factor of Journal of Renal Care, the official publication of EDTNA/ERCA, has increased to 1.9 in 2022.We are delighted to announce that the Journal of Renal Care has been accepted into the ISI Web of Knowledge and awarded an Impact Factor of 1.216. We would like to thank our Editorial team, the reviewers and the authors for all of their hard work in increasing the impact and visibility of the journal and contributing significantly to the advancement of the field. We look forward to another great year and further success together.
What does it mean – Impact Factor? Journal Impact Factor (JIF) of an academic journal is a scientometric index which reflects the yearly average number of citations to recent articles published in that journal. It is frequently used as a proxy for the relative importance of a journal within its field; journals with higher impact factors are often deemed to be more important than those with lower ones.
The Journal of Renal Care has been ranked within two categories, ‘Nursing’ and ‘Urology & Nephrology’. This is really an excellent result for EDTNA/ERCA. Let’s write some articles!
Magnus LindbergJournal Editor
Magnus has 25 years of experience working in renal care, mostly within the haemodialysis setting. He is an Associate Professor in Caring Sciences at University of Gävle, Faculty of Health and Occupational Studies, Department of Health and Caring Sciences, Sweden.
For further information, please contact: Magnus.Lindberg@hig.se
Henning SondergaardPatient Editor
Henning Sondergaard is a psychologist with a Master’s Degree from the University of Copenhagen. Currently he is working as a counsellor and teacher in Denmark.
The main role of the Patient Editor is to review, select and share an interesting paper published in each issue of the Journal with patients and their families. The Patient Editor will write a summary on the selected paper which will then be disseminated to patient associations by email and on social media.
Please follow the Patient Editor on twitter @JORCPatientEd