The Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (JANAC) is the official journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC). JANAC’s mission is to support nursing practice, research, and education through the dissemination of scholarly, cutting-edge knowledge and practice standards. JANAC provides a forum for interdisciplinary discussions about clinical practice, education, research, prevention, public health, health administration, international health, legal-ethical issues, social issues, and public policy related to all aspects of the HIV epidemic. JANAC invites original articles that focus on a broad spectrum of issues related to HIV, from the perspectives of nursing, public health, clinical care, research, mental health, behavioral health, and medicine. Submissions are welcomed from nurses, other health care providers, social scientists, epidemiologists, and other authors.
JANAC invites contributions in the form of feature manuscripts, including reports of original research and state-of-the-knowledge reviews; research, practice, or program briefs; case studies; topical columns and commentaries; guest editorials; and media and book reviews. Letters to the editor are encouraged.