Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing

Since 1971, the Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing (JOGNN) has been a premier resource for health care professionals committed to clinical scholarship that advances the interdisciplinary health care of women, childbearing families, and newborns. This peer-reviewed, scientific journal, edited by Nancy K. Lowe, PhD, CNM, FACNM, FAAN, is highly respected for publishing articles on the latest research, practice issues, policies, opinions, and trends that build scientific knowledge, evidence for practice, and clinical applications. Associate Editor Patricia Robin McCartney, PhD, RN, FAAN, oversees the peer-review and publication of manuscripts on clinical applications methods;  Associate Editor Cheryl Tatano Beck, DNSc, RN, CNM, FAAN oversees the peer-review and publication of qualitative manuscripts; and Assistant Editor Oliwier Dziadkowiec, PhD, provides statistical review. Senior Managing Editor Angela Hartley, MA, MPhil, ELS, is responsible for JOGNN’s daily operations, including communications with authors.

JOGNN publishes the following types of articles:

  • Research
  • Review
  • Health Care Improvement and Evaluation
  • Principles & Practice
  • Methods
  • Critical Commentary
  • Case Reports
  • Letters to the Editor

Visit JOGNN online for current articles and past archives, AWHONN position statements, link to the manuscript submission system (including extensive author and reviewer resources), information about JOGNN, and video clips addressing frequently asked questions.

JOGNN is published for AWHONN by Elsevier, Inc. and is a benefit of AWHONN membership. To receive, join AWHONN or subscribe.

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 Nursing for Women’s Health

Nursing for Women’s Health is an official journal of AWHONN. Its mission is to improve outcomes for women and newborns through the dissemination of clinical scholarship. Currently edited by Mary C. Brucker, PhD, CNM, FACNM, FAAN, the journal focuses on evidence-based practice for women’s health, childbearing, and neonatal care. The tone of Nursing for Women’s Health is practical and reader-friendly, while upholding high standards for scholarly content.

Senior Managing Editor Jennifer Hellwig, MS, RDN, ELS, is responsible for the journal’s daily operations, including communications with authors.

Nursing for Women’s Health welcomes submissions of a variety of manuscript types, including:

  • Original research with a clinical focus
  • Reviews
  • Quality improvement projects
  • Practice articles
  • Case reports
  • Continuing nursing education (CNE) articles
  • Health care policy, legislative, or advocacy articles
  • Commentaries
  • Personal essays
  • Letters to the editor

Visit Nursing for Women’s Health online to see the latest featured content, search our entire archive, and access CNE activities.

Contact the editorial office at or by calling 202-261-1467.

Nursing for Women’s Health is published for AWHONN by Elsevier, Inc. and is a benefit of AWHONN membership. To receive, join AWHONN or subscribe.

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Healthy Mom&Baby


Healthy Mom&Baby magazine and its website are powered by the nurses of AWHONN and offer information to help women through conception, pregnancy, birth, and parenting.

Entirely free online and available from nurses as a print magazine, Healthy Mom&Baby is expert-authored patient information that pregnant and new moms can trust and act on because it’s written for them by nurses. All articles published in the magazine can be found at, in addition to:

  • Explore topics like breastfeeding, immunization, fertility, newborn screening, birth control, and more
  • Download Parent Pages on topics like breastfeeding to print and share with patients
  • Ask Our Nurses section with expert answers to most frequently asked questions
  • Go The Full 40 campaign to support spontaneous labor

Read every issue free online via our digital editions. Nurses can request free copies of the magazine for patients.

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