• Patient and Clinical Outcomes: To focus on the improvement of patient and clinical outcomes through innovative nursing practices, rigorous research, and continuous quality improvement initiatives.
    • Knowledge Dissemination: To disseminate high-quality research, reviews, and case studies within the field of nursing care, ensuring that practitioners, researchers, and policymakers stay informed about the latest developments and best practices in nursing.
    • Professional Development: To provide a resource for the professional development of nursing professionals, offering insights into the clinical, ethical, and policy challenges they face.
    • Interdisciplinary Dialogue: To foster interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration between nursing professionals and other healthcare providers, promoting mutual understanding and cooperative problem-solving.
    • Global Perspectives: To incorporate and highlight global perspectives on nursing care, acknowledging and comparing the variations in healthcare systems, nursing practices, and patient care across different regions and jurisdictions.
    • Policy Impact: To influence healthcare policy by providing evidence-based research and analyses that can inform legislative and regulatory decisions related to nursing and patient care.
    • Ethical Discourse: To create a platform for the discussion and debate of ethical issues in nursing, encouraging the development of consensus and best practices.
    • Nursing Education: To enhance the education of nursing professionals by providing resources and insights into advanced nursing practices, patient care techniques, and healthcare management.
    • Public Awareness: To raise public awareness about important nursing care issues, helping to inform and educate patients and the broader community about the role of nursing and the impact of nursing care on health outcomes.
    • Case Documentation: To document and analyze important case reports and clinical experiences that have significant implications for nursing practice, serving as a valuable reference for nursing professionals.
    • Evidence-Based Practice: To explore and enhance the role of evidence-based practice in nursing, addressing the challenges and standards for the implementation of research findings in clinical settings.


The scope of the journal encompasses a wide range of topics, including but not limited to:

  1. Clinical Nursing Practice: Original research and clinical studies focusing on evidence-based nursing interventions, patient care outcomes, nursing assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation, and evaluation across various healthcare settings and patient populations.

  2. Nursing Education and Professional Development: Research on nursing education pedagogy, curriculum development, clinical teaching strategies, simulation-based training, continuing education, and professional development programs for nurses at all levels of practice.

  3. Nursing Management and Leadership: Studies on nursing leadership styles, management practices, organizational behavior, workforce planning, staffing models, nursing workforce issues, and strategies to promote nurse retention, job satisfaction, and career advancement.

  4. Health Promotion and Disease Prevention: Investigations into nursing roles and responsibilities in health promotion, disease prevention, population health management, health behavior change, and community-based interventions to improve health outcomes.

  5. Patient Safety and Quality Improvement: Research on nursing contributions to patient safety initiatives, quality improvement projects, adverse event reporting systems, medication safety, infection control, and risk management strategies in healthcare settings.

  6. Evidence-Based Practice and Research Utilization: Studies on the implementation of evidence-based nursing practice, research utilization strategies, knowledge translation, barriers to evidence-based practice adoption, and innovations in evidence synthesis and dissemination.

  7. Advanced Practice Nursing: Original research and clinical studies focusing on advanced practice nursing roles, including nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, nurse anesthetists, and nurse midwives, with an emphasis on role effectiveness, scope of practice, and outcomes.

  8. Nursing Ethics and Legal Issues: Investigations into ethical dilemmas faced by nurses, informed consent, patient autonomy, confidentiality, end-of-life care, healthcare disparities, healthcare equity, and legal issues related to nursing practice and healthcare delivery.

  9. Interprofessional Collaboration and Team-Based Care: Research on interprofessional collaboration, teamwork, communication strategies, and collaborative practice models to enhance patient-centered care, interdisciplinary care coordination, and healthcare teamwork effectiveness.

  10. Global Health Nursing: Studies focusing on nursing contributions to global health initiatives, international nursing practice, cross-cultural nursing care, disaster nursing, humanitarian aid, and healthcare delivery in resource-limited settings.