British Journal of Nursing - new

Now includes full archive access

British Journal of Nursing (BJN) is the peer-reviewed journal that brings together nursing practice, education and leadership into one comprehensive resource. Written by nurses to guarantee quality, accessibility and relevance, it shares the latest evidence on all key clinical topics, and professional guidance on all areas of practice and your wider role.

Published fortnightly, and with more than 9,000 articles available in our online archive, BJN is an unrivalled source of information for personal development and the delivery of safe and effective care.

Why choose us?

  • Quality - articles are peer-reviewed and based on the latest and best evidence
  • Quantity - the UK's largest source of nursing information - with 9,000+ articles
  • Accessible - content is easy to understand, searchable by topic and available on the go
  • Relevant - articles are written by nurses and designed for their application to practice

All subscriptions include archive access as standard. Our Premium subscription options also include access to our online revalidation platform: CPD Launchpad. Designed in line with the NMC's requirements, it provides reflective CPD content while recording your progress and saving evidence of your learning.

Select your preferred option below.

British Journal of Nursing Print & Website

Fortnightly print editions

Online archive access

From £38.00

British Journal of Nursing Digital & Website

Fortnightly digital editions

Online archive access

From £38.00

British Journal of Nursing Premium - Print, Website & CPD

The Complete Subscription

Fortnightly print issues

Online archive access

Reflective CPD platform

From £47.00

British Journal of Nursing Premium - Digital, Website & CPD

The Complete Subscription

Fortnightly digital issues

Online archive access

Reflective CPD platform

From £47.00

Institutional subscriptions. Click here for information regarding our institutional rates for universities and private or public companies.