Journal of Nursing and Practice

 ISSN: 2578-7071

Journal of Nursing and Practice

About Journal


Journal of Nursing and Practice is an open access, peer reviewed journal focused to publish the topics covering the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and quality of life. It remains important for the nursing professionals to develop a plan of care, functioning collaboratively with physicians, therapists, the patient, the patient's family and other related team members, that focuses on treating sickness to improve quality of life. The journal gathers information focusing upon the above mentioned topics.

The journal encourages manuscripts designed to help the public and is also driven by the public's need by nursing care. Scientific Journal of Nursing invites the information in any of the mentioned forms such as research, reviews, cases, communications and perspectives. Each of the published content is thoroughly selected via strict peer review processing.

All the journal content is made available and free to access without any restrictions under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License. This allows readers to participate in witnessing the harnessed research with us.


Editorial Board



Prof. Maria G Rosario Sim

Professor
Department of Nursing
SUNY Downstate Medical Center
New York, United States of America
Tel: 718-270-7652


Prof. Susan Price Lofton

Professor
School of Nursing
University of Mississippi
Oxford, Mississippi
United States of America


Prof. LaDonna Northington

Professor
School of Nursing
University of Mississippi
Mississippi
United States of America


Dr. Thomas Edward Stenvig

Associate Professor
Department of Nursing
South Dakota State University College of Nursing
United States of America
Tel: 1-605-688-6652


Dr. Linda E Wolf

Associate Professor
School of Nursing
Cleveland State University
Cleveland, Ohio
United States of America


Dr. Dia D Campbell-Detrixhe

Associate Professor
Department of Nursing
Oklahoma City University
United States of America
Tel: 405-208-5955


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Latest Articles

Original Article

Nurses Wellbeing and Primary Nursing: The Experience of the Emergency Surgical Ward in the General Hospital in Piacenza

The growing complex of organizations and the new demand for people's health care lead to a planned and personalized care solution. Primary nursing is ... Read more

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Research Article

Optimizing Support and Hope: The Process of Self-Care among Women with HIV/AIDS

We aimed to identify the level of self-care and its related factors in women with HIV/AIDS. In this qualitative study, 30 women with HIV/AIDS attendi... Read more

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Original Article

Improving Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) Competency of Nurses in One Acute Stroke Unit - A Nursing Initiative Project

Deterioration is common during acute phase of stroke. Early identification and detection of stroke is important monitoring role of a nurse. The Glasg... Read more

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Original Article

Occupational Health Nurses' Wider Vision and Advocacy for a Greener, Safer World

Occupational health nurses (OHNs) have provided health support to workers for 140 years. Some adopt additional responsibilities beyond the workplace ... Read more

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Review Article

Is the Amsterdam Preoperative Anxiety and Information Scale (APAIS) a Valid Tool in Guiding the Management of Preoperative Anxiety in Adult Patients? A Literature Review

Preoperative anxiety is a common problem that affects 60-85% of patients undergoing elective surgery and results in adverse outcomes. However, health... Read more

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Short Note

A Renewed Call to Compassion

Hospitals are busy, often chaotic places with myriad requirements which take up nursing time - attending committee meetings, renewing certifications... Read more

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Pilot Study

Pilot Test of an Evidence-Based Clinical Intervention to Reduce Rural Preterm Births using Mobile Technology and Community Health Worker Support

Preterm birth is a priority health problem in the U.S. One in ten babies in the U.S. is born before 37 weeks gestation, which results in lengthy hospi... Read more

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Review Article

Effectiveness of Lifestyle Health Promotion Interventions for Nurses: Protocol for a Systematic Review

Risky lifestyle behaviours amongst nurses have been well documented. Studies have shown non-adherence among nurses to national public health guideline... Read more

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Review Article

Navigating Evidence Based Practice: A Guide for Nursing Students

Nurses have, as part of their professional standards, an obligation to be able to explain and support their clinical decisions on the basis of evidenc... Read more

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Original Article

The Coping with the Oppressed Feelings Program: A Pilot Feasibility Study for Employed Female Caregivers of Aging Parents

Thousands of older, Japanese adults are cared for by employed female family members. In 2016, 27% (34 million) of the population was over 65 years of ... Read more

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