Aims and Scope of the journal

Aims of the Journal:

The journal is dedicated to advancing the field of psychiatric nursing by providing comprehensive insights and featuring the latest research and clinical applications. We publish peer-reviewed articles that emphasize:

  • Clinical Practice: Innovative and effective approaches to psychiatric nursing care.
  • Psychological Aspects: Understanding and addressing the psychological needs of patients.
  • Community Health: Strategies to improve mental health within diverse communities.
  • Evidence-Based Integrative Perspectives: Integrating various methodologies and practices to enhance patient outcomes.

Our primary objectives are to:

  1. Advance Research in Psychiatric Nursing: Promote high-quality research that contributes to the knowledge base of psychiatric nursing.
  2. Increase Access to Mental Health Care: Explore and advocate for ways to make mental health services more accessible to diverse populations.
  3. Improve Service Delivery: Share best practices and innovative solutions to enhance the delivery of psychiatric nursing services.
  4. Advocate for Enhanced Mental Health Policies: Support the development and implementation of policies that improve mental health care and outcomes.

As a platform, the journal facilitates the exchange of ideas, fosters professional development, and promotes conversations in the field of psychiatric health nursing, ultimately contributing to the overall improvement of mental health care worldwide.



The article should address below themes-

1. Clinical Psychiatric Nursing:

  •  Focusing on the application of psychiatric nursing principles in clinical settings.
  •  Implementing evidence-based practices for mental health treatment.
  •  Emphasizing the importance of therapeutic interventions and patient-centered care.

2. Psychiatric Healthcare Policies:

  •  Advocating for policies that prioritize mental health care accessibility and quality.
  •  Addressing gaps in psychiatric healthcare policies to ensure comprehensive patient support.

3. Community Mental Health Practices and Emergency Care:

  •  Engaging in community-based mental health practices to enhance outreach and support.
  •  Developing emergency care strategies tailored to psychiatric needs in community settings.

4. Substance Use and Trauma:

  • Integrating psychiatric nursing expertise in addressing substance use disorders and trauma.
  •  Implementing trauma-informed care approaches for individuals with dual diagnoses.

5. Best Practices:

  •  Sharing educational experiences and strategies for mental health nursing.
  • Highlighting innovative teaching methods and approaches in psychiatric nursing education.

6. Relationship Building with Patients:

  •  Emphasizing the significance of therapeutic alliances in psychiatric nursing.
  •  Exploring strategies to build trust and rapport with individuals experiencing mental health challenges.

7. Geriatric Mental Health Nursing:

  •  Addressing the unique mental health needs of the elderly population.
  •  Integrating geriatric psychiatry principles into nursing care for older adults.

8. Nursing Ethics in Psychiatry:

  •  Discussing ethical considerations specific to psychiatric nursing practice.
  •  Exploring dilemmas and ethical decision-making in mental health care.

9. Prevention, Treatment, and Management of Substance Abuse Disorder:

  •  Providing insights into preventive measures for substance abuse in psychiatric settings.
  •  Integrating evidence-based treatments and management approaches for substance use disorders.