Focus and Scope


The Journal of Nursing Education & Practice focuses its articles on the field of nursing which is a branch of health sciences. It publishes articles based on empirical studies using a quantitative or qualitative approach or a combination of the two.

The Journal of Nursing Education & Practice accepts scientific articles for publication with the following research scope:

  • Medical and Surgical Nursing
  • Emergency state
  • Maternity and Child Nursing
  • Psychiatry
  • Family and Community Nursing
  • Geriatric Nursing
  • Nursing Education and Management

The Journal of Nursing Education & Practice plays a role in disseminating information related to nursing research and evidence-based studies on nursing issues across various countries. The journal's scope is broad, covering multiple perspectives within nursing.

Original research articles, synthesized literature, and best practice or case reports using quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-method approaches are accepted by the journal. We uphold journalistic standards that require transparency regarding real and potential conflicts of interest among authors and editors. The publication adheres to standards set by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE), and Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

Furthermore, the journal offers an opportunity for researchers to publish articles presenting negative results, accompanied by rigorous explanations and without compromising scientific principles. This approach aims to ensure equal representation of research findings within the community