Journal of Nursing & Healthcare

Journal of Nursing & Healthcare is an international peer-reviewed scholarly journal publishes high quality manuscripts on innovative research covering all aspects of Nursing and Healthcare. The scope of topics covered in the journal includes Public Health Nursing, Advanced Practice Nursing, Family Nursing, Critical Care Nursing including Surgery, Pediatrics, Medicine, Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing, Accident, Emergency, Cardiac, Renal, Neurosciences, Hematology, etc. Journal of Nursing & Healthcare accepts Original Research Articles, Review Articles, Case Reports, Mini Reviews, Rapid Communication, Opinions and Editorials on all related aspects of nursing and healthcare.

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Advanced practice nurses
Continuing education specialists
Directors of Association and Societies
Healthcare Industries
Nurse Practitioners
Nursing executives
Pharmaceutical Industries
Registered nurses
Staff development educators
Subject categories include:
Adult Health Nursing
Advanced Nursing Practice
Applied Ethics in Nursing
Art and Aesthetics in Nursing
Cancer and tumor nursing
Cardiac Nursing
Care in Nursing
Careers in Nursing
Clinical genetics in nursing practice
Clinical Nursing
Community Health Nursing
Compassion and Caring in Nursing
Critical Care Nursing & Emergency Nursing
Dental Nursing
Disaster Nursing
Drug Therapy in Nursing
Emergency Nursing
Environmental Health Nursing
Ethics in Nursing
Urological nursing
Veterinary Nursing
Women health nursing
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Ethical Considerations in End-of-Life Discussions
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