Evid Based Nurs 14:1 doi:10.1136/ebn1128
  • Editorial

New look Evidence-Based Nursing

  1. Alison Twycross
  1. Kingston University, St George's University of London
  1. Correspondence to Dr Alison Twycross
    Reader in Children's Nursing, Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences, Kingston University, St George's University of London; a.twycross{at}

I am delighted to be writing my first editorial as the new editor of Evidence-Based Nursing. Since taking over this role in August, I have appointed five associate editors to work with me on the journal:

  • Jane Clarke – University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

  • Dorothy Forbes – University of Alberta, Alberta, Canada

  • Andrea Nelson – University of Leeds, Leeds, UK

  • Helen Noble – City University London, UK

  • Kate Seers – University of Warwick, Coventry, UK

Together we have expertise from across the range of nursing specialities and research methodologies. Details of the new team can be found at

We have already made some changes to the journal. From this edition we have changed how the commentaries are categorised. The old categories were rather medically orientated and so have been amended to ensure that we have a nursing focus. Another change that will be gradually …

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