The journal mainly focuses on the human services that incorporate consideration of patients, people, families, and groups to keep up or recoup the best conceivable wellbeing and personal satisfaction. It additionally highlights the new methodologies and vital projects created to advance wellbeing, avoidance of disease, crippled and enduring individuals.
JHNR addresses the innovative concepts and critical issues in the emerging field of Nursing and Healthcare Research. The journal particularly welcomes studies that aim to evaluate and understand complex health care interventions and health policies, Nursing research and which employ the most rigorous designs and methods appropriate for the research question of interest. This journal spans a wide scope of topics but is not limited to:
In nursing, the goal is to promote and protect the health of the population through the synthesis of nursing and public health practices. In this specialized area of nursing, the focus is on the health needs of communities and vulnerable populations. All members of the community are involved in this continuous, comprehensive process. It combines the principles of professional, clinical nursing with public health and community practice. Based on the philosophy of care, the belief is that care directed to an individual, a family, and a group contributes to the health care of the population as a whole.
Critical Care Medicine
The specialty of critical care nursing deals with human responses to life-threatening situations. Nurses who specialize in critical care ensure that acutely and critically ill patients and their families receive the best care possible. Patients who are critically ill or unstable are given the best care possible. In addition to general intensive care units, medical intensive care units, surgical intensive care units, trauma intensive care units, coronary care units, cardiothoracic intensive care units, and some trauma centers\' emergency departments, critical care nurses work in a wide variety of environments. Nurses in critical care, also known as ICU nurses, provide care to critically ill patients. Psychiatrists treat patients who are chronically ill or at risk of fatal diseases. An ICU nurse is responsible for providing life support to critically ill, often on the verge of death, patients
Palliative Care is an area of medical care where care is provided to people suffering from a serious illness or life-threatening disease. It treats people suffering from a various serious illnesses such as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), congestive heart failure (CHF), cancer, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, kidney diseases. Its aim is to provide relief from the symptoms and stress from a serious illness. It improves the quality of life and provides relief from pain and stress.
Neuro-nursing is the field of nursing that deals with the care of people who suffers from disorders of the brain and the nervous system. It is sometimes known as neural science which is one of the most specialized fields of medicine. Patients with different disorders of the brain like Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s, brain tumors, encephalitis, multiple sclerosis and meningitis are treated in the neuro-nursing.
Nursing informatics is the science that combines nursing with information technologies to promote the health of people. The use of nursing informatics learning is enabling though human services professionals in accomplishing persistent focused couldn\'t care less. It encourages the joining of information, data and knowledge for supporting patients, nurses and others. Its main objective is to provide encouragement to the nursing practice and deliver nursing care.
Pediatric nursing is the branch of nursing that deals with the care of infants and children suffering from different disorders since their birth to adolescence. They provide immunizations, developmental screening and treat common illnesses. The pediatric nurse works together with pediatricians and other health care providers. Preventive care and expectant direction are vital to the act of pediatric nursing.
Gerontological nursing is the field of medical science that deals with the care of the aging population. As elderly people are more prominent to diseases like Alzheimer\'s, osteoporosis, arthritis, therefore there is a much need to focus on the care of the old people, and as the aging population has fragile health hence they need to be given special care because a small issue can become a huge problem in the elderly.
Maternity and Women health Nursing
Maternity and Women\'s Health Nursing is the area of nursing that deals with the care of women during pregnancy. The Practitioners concentrate mostly on supporting ladies at the time of labor and during the time of delivery, they work at the patient\'s side to screen both mother and child, and to empower, mentor, teach and support. The maternity nurse teaches mothers about the needs and behavior of the newborn child. Maternity nursing is a quick-paced claim to fame that includes a lot of patient contacts.
Psychiatric and mental health nursing
Psychiatric or mental health nursing is the area of nursing that deals with people with mental illnesses or disorders like depression, dementia, bipolar disorder and many more. All the mental health patients are not mentally ill rather they might be suffering from stress or mental trauma in their life. The main objective of the treatment is to provide support to the patients who are suffering from various mental disorders in order to live a positive life.
Community Health Nursing
Community Health Nursing is the field of nursing that includes nursing practice and public health which helps in promoting and protecting the health of the community. The main objective is to promote the practice that maintains the population health by improving the health of the families, individuals and groups of people.
Nursing and Medical Education
Nursing Education is a field of nursing that works to provide theoretical and practical training to nurses with the purpose to prepare them for their duties as nursing care professionals. Research topic includes nursing & medical curriculum development, evaluations of performance, assessment of training needs and evidence-based medicine.
|Patient Care||Geriatric nursing|
|Adult care||Maternity and Women health Nursing|
|Nursing Process||Palliative Care|
|Emergency Nursing||Nursing Management|
|Health Education||Multi-Professional Practice|
|Wellness||Critical and emergency care|
|Health Education||Social Interactions|
|Community Health||Health habits Self management & Personal Devolopment|
|Public Health||Nursing and about Pain Management|
|Advanced nursing practices||Public Health Nursing|
|Maternity and Women's health||Nursing Anesthesia|
|Neurosciences Nursing||Palliative care Nursing|
|Elder Care||Ambulatory care nursing|
|Nursing Education||Pediatric Nursing|
|Intensive and Critical Care Nursing||Community health nursing|
|Clinical Nursing||Adult Nursing|
|Nurse-Midwifery||occupational health nursing|
|Family Health Care||Geriatric Nursing|
|Clinical Nursing||Public Health Nursing|
|Gastroenterology Nursing||Obstetrical Nursing|
|Acute/Critical Care||Emergency Nursing|
|Geriatric Nursing||Psychiatric nursing|
|Advanced Practice Nursing||Neonatal Nursing|
|Gerontological nursing||Cardiac nursing|
|Cognitive Informatics||Pediatric Nursing|
|Global Standards for initial Education of Professional Nurses||Pulmonary nursing|
|Community Health Nursing||Nursing Ethics|
|Holistic Nursing||Nephro- Urology Nursing|
|Confidentiality and Data Security||Nursing Informatics|
|Critical Care Management||Hospice and Palliative Care Nursing|
|Information Technology in Nursing||Forensic Nursing|
|Prevention and Control of Communicable Diseases||Holistic Nursing|
|Innovations in Patient Care||Rural Nursing|
|Psychiatric and mental health nursing||Health Care|
|Learning disability nursing||Patient Safety|
|Midwifery Nursing||Acute Care|
|Pediatric nursing||Mental Health Nursing|