Mathews Journal of Nursing and Health Care (MJNHC; ISSN 2692-8469) is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that publishes cutting-edge research on psychiatric nursing, mental health nursing, learning disability nursing, pediatric nursing, geriatric nursing, home health nursing, community and homecare nursing, maternity and women's health, social interactions, and health habits self-management and personal development.
MJNHC represents essential reading for anyone interested in or involved in nursing practice, be it clinicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, educators, managers, researchers, policy makers, or students. Advancements in clinical practice, nursing strategies, and the changing approaches of inter-professional work are central to the scope of interest of MJNHC. Contributions are welcomed from researchers and health professionals on issues that can have directly impact nursing practice.
MJNHC publishes high quality academic articles from across the nursing spectrum, be it methodological or educational, that contribute to the field of clinical nursing, and which are of clinical application and international relevance.
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Published : 29th November 2023
Authors : Fonseca Blandón Corina Jahosca1, Méndez Ángulo Eveling María1, Vivas Pérez Erlin Antonio1, Rocha Peña Víctor Saúl2,*
Citation : Jahosca FBC, et al. (2023). Coping and Psychological Impact on Survivors of the Casita Volcano Landslide in Posoltega and Chichigalpa Communities, Chinandega, Iii Quarter 2023. Mathews J Nurs. 5(4):29.
Published : 28th November 2023
Authors : Tíscar-González V1,*, Cidoncha Moreno MA2, Moro Casuso I3, Garate-Echenique L3, Larrañaga-Garitano J4
Citation : Tíscar-González V, et al. (2023). Nursing Research Challenge Management Innovation Project for the Promotion of Research in Care in Healthcare Organizations. Mathews J Nurs. 5(5):27.
Published : 04th November 2023
Authors : Rocha Peña Víctor Saúl1,*, Méndez Hidalgo Nathaly Nicole2, Mendieta Megan Julissa2, Montoya Rivera Diana Isabella2, Torrez Ríos Nexalia Magdalena2
Citation : Saúl RPV, et al. (2023). Environmental Determinants and Hygiene Habits Related to the Development of Acute Respiratory Infections in Adults Attending P/s OPC, León III Quarter, 2023. Mathews J Nurs. 5(4):25.
Published : 27th October 2023
Authors : Jiao-Mei Xue1*, Jing Su2
Citation : Xue JM, et al. (2023). The Effect of Aging Attitudes on the Depression of Older Adults in China. Mathews J Nurs. 5(4):26.
Published : 20th October 2023
Authors : Purohit Saraswati1,*, Aswathy Devi2
Citation : Saraswati P, et al. (2023). Mixed Methods-Research Methodology an Overview. Mathews J Nurs. 5(4):24.
Published : 18th October 2023
Authors : Mehmet Rami Helvaci1,*, Valeria Pappel2, Kubra Piral2, Mehpare Camlibel3, Huseyin Sencan1, Ramazan Davran4, Mustafa Yaprak1, Abdulrazak Abyad5, Lesley Pocock6
Citation : Helvaci MR, et al. (2023). Male Gender Alone May Be a Bad Prognostic Factor in Sickle Cell Diseases. Mathews J Nurs. 5(4):23.