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Mathews Journal of Nursing and Health Care

2692-8469

Editor Guidelines

Chief Editor and Editors play a vital role in maintaining standards of the journal through a peer review process. Editors should make sure that all the articles must be published concerning the scope of the journal according to scientific relevancy, veracity, research strength, innovative methods. Editors must be unbiased with his/her decisions given on manuscripts and that should not be affected by the author’s nativity, nationality, ethnicity, religion, etc. Manuscript judgment must support the logical strength and significance to the scientific world.

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After receiving manuscripts from the author, the editorial office assigns the manuscript to an editor to review the manuscript. Papers are assigned to editors based on their expertise and research interest. The editor’s role is to assign two reviewers to provide review comments. In a situation where the editor cannot assign reviewers, then the editorial office assigns the reviewers on behalf of the editor. The editor should respond timely on his/her timeline in completing the peer review process and providing his/her decisions on manuscripts. The editor has to supervise the entire peer review cycle to preserve the principles of the journal. The editor can handle any number of manuscripts for the peer review process according to his interest and other commitments. As the editors are back bone to journal sustainability, editors can contribute the manuscripts which can be research articles/ editorials/ short communications for the continuation of issues in the journal. The editor has to encourage the submissions from other qualified authors, and they can suggest their colleagues. We welcome our editors to suggest new thoughts and ideas for the advancement of the journal. Editors need to ensure the security of individual data and maintain privacy.

Recently Published Articles
Research Article

Utilizing Music Therapy during an Exercise Program to Reduce Blood Pressure and Depressive Symptoms in Adult Patients with Cardiovascular Diseases

Published : 02nd February 2022
Author : Joan Katherine Maldonado-Resto
Citation : Maldonado-Resto JK. (2021). Utilizing Music Therapy during an Exercise Program to Reduce Blood Pressure and Depressive Symptoms in Adult Patients with Cardiovascular Diseases. Mathews J Nurs. 4(1):6.

Research Article

Facilitators and Inhibitors of Independent Disease Self-Management for Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes

Published : 17th December 2021
Authors : Rita E. J. Meadows, Marylyn McEwen
Citation : Meadows REJ. (2021). Facilitators and Inhibitors of Independent Disease SelfManagement for Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes. Mathews J Nurs. 3(1):5

Research Article

Improving Depression Screening Through Utilization of a Depression Screening Protocol in Primary Care

Published : 24th September 2021
Authors : Fredricka Marsh, DNP, APRN, FNP, MSN
Citation : Marsh F. (2021). Improving Depression Screening Through Utilization of a Depression Screening Protocol in Primary Care. Mathews J Nurs. 3(1):04.

Commentary Article

Substance Use Disorders and Alternative Options for Chronic Pain

Published : 27th November 2020
Authors : Mishiko L. Redd*, Nancy S. Goldstein
Citation : Redd ML, Goldstein NS. (2020). Substance Use Disorders and alternative options for Chronic Pain. Mathews J Nurs. 2(2):08

Case Report

The Relevance of the “Charter of Rights against Unnecessary Pain” in the Framework of the Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan

Published : 12th October 2020
Authors : Mariano Votta1*, Maira Cardillo2
Citation : Votta M, Cardillo M. (2020). The Relevance of the “Charter of Rights against Unnecessary Pain” in the Framework of the Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan.Mathews J Nurs. 2(1): 07.

Research Article

Perception and Satisfaction of Nurses Providing Care to Terminally Ill Patients at HEODRA, Leon Nicaragua

Published : 02nd September 2020
Authors : Garcia G.L. Fidel1*, Lopez M.D. Maria2, Rocha P.V. Saul2, Chevez O.B. Izayana2
Citation : Fidel GGL. (2020). Perception and Satisfaction of Nurses Providing Care to Terminally Ill Patients at HEODRA, Leon Nicaragua. Mathews J Nurs. (2)1: 06.

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