Infusion Nurses Society to release journal iPad app

Keeping up with the latest research and commentary in infusion nursing just got easier, with the premiere of the new Journal of Infusion Nursing iPad app. The official journal of the Infusion Nurses Society (INS) will showcase the app during the INS 2012 Annual Conference in Las Vegas, April 28- May 3rd. The Journal of Infusion Nursing is published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, a part of Wolters Kluwer Health.

"We're tremendously excited about our new iPad edition," commented Mary Alexander, MA, RN, CRNI, CAE, FAAN, INS Chief Executive Officer and Editor of Journal of Infusion Nursing. "The iPad app is further testament to INS's position as the global leader in infusion therapy and is in keeping with our commitment to the use of technology to provide essential information."

Journal of Infusion Nursing for the iPad is now available as a free download at the iTunes App Store. After the introductory period, INS members and non-member individual subscribers will continue to have full access via a simple login process.

Every Issue of Journal of Infusion Nursing—Now on Your iPad
INS is an innovative leader in its field and is the first nursing society to release a journal iPad app to meet the mobile needs of busy nurse specialists. The iPad edition of Journal of Infusion Nursing presents each bi-monthly issue in a state-of-the art digital format for a print-like reading experience. Beginning with May/June, each issue is conveniently delivered directly to the iPad and includes special enhanced features, such as the ability to share articles and content via email or social media, and linking to the journal website, where subscribers can search, access, and read the full contents of every issue of Journal of Infusion Nursing—all the way back to the first issue in 1978. Video and multimedia content—such as demonstrations of evidence-based infusion techniques and procedures—will be added soon.

Try It Out at INS 2012
The INS Annual Convention & Industrial Exhibition is the largest convention held in the U.S. for infusion nursing specialists. More than 1,300 attendees are expected at the INS 2012 conference in Las Vegas, where leaders in the specialty discuss the latest updates on diagnosis, treatment, and techniques, plus educational track and more.

"We're excited to kick-off the premier of our app during the INS 2012 where members can try out the app first-hand.

We think the infusion nursing community is going to appreciate the ability to access current and previous issues of the journal, enabling them to find the information they need in any practice setting," added Alexander.

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Journal of Infusion Nursing

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