| ORL Head-Neck Nursing Journal is a peer reviewed journal. Each submitted article deemed appropriate for the journal by the editorial staff will be peer reviewed prior to acceptance and publication. Peer review is completed by a minimum of 4 SOHN member reviewers with expertise in the submitted journal content. Peer reviewers are identified through SOHN’s Special Interest Groups which encompass the broad range of ORL sub-specialties and practice settings: otology, allergy and sinus, head and neck, facial plastics, gerontology, military nursing, advanced practice nursing, pediatric nursing, office based nursing, peri-operative nursing. The Journal’s editorial staff will communicate and mentor authors as needed through the process. Our editorial staff welcomes articles related to otorhinolaryngology and head and neck oncology nursing practice including original research and review papers, clinical case reports, data descriptor articles (these articles must point to dataset that is publicly accessible), and descriptions of clinical or surgical procedures. Please reach out to headquarters with any questions, [email protected]om.
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