Publishing Policies

Section Policies

Viewpoints

Open Submissions
Indexed
Peer Reviewed

Opinion articles or papers which would not otherwise qualify as "Original Papers", because they do not have much original data, but would also not qualify as reviews, because they are based on personal experiences, workshop results, etc.



Tutorials

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Peer Reviewed

A "how-to" paper on an important practical or research issue. We recommend contacting the editor to discuss suitability of a topic before submitting it. Submission of slides or audio/video files as supplementary files is strongly recommended.



Reviews in Nursing

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Letters to the Editor

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Corrigenda and Addenda

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Discretionary Corrigenda

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Nursing in a Hospital Setting

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Nursing Communication

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Nursing in a Homecare Setting

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Nursing and Public Health

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Mobile Apps for Nurses

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Midwifery, Nurse-midwifery and Care for Pregnant or New Mothers

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Nursing Education and Training

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Nursing Records

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Supporting Home Care and Family Caregivers

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Medication Adherence

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Relationship and Communication between Patients and Nurses

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Novel and Innovative Approaches to Care Involving Nurses

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Nursing and Care for Patients with Infectious or Chronic Conditions

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Personal Support Work (PSW)

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Personal support workers (PSWs) care for people who are ill, elderly or need help with daily tasks. They make sure clients are comfortable, safe and enjoy emotional and physical well-being. They may work for a long-term care facility or in your clients' homes as an employee of a home care agency.



Nursing in a Long-Term Care Facility / Nursing Home for the Elderly

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Theme Issue (2020): Nursing and COVID-19

Open Submissions
Indexed
Peer Reviewed

Special Issue dedicated to nursing, nursing informatics, and COVID-19

Call for papers

Guest Editor

Elizabeth Borycki RN, PhD, FIAHIS, FACMI, FCAHS

Editor-in-Chief, JMIR Nursing

emb@uvic.ca



Nurses Supporting Self-Management of Chronic Diseases

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Patient Education in Nursing

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Hospice and End-of-Life Care

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Editorial

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Theme Issue (2023): Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Nursing

Open Submissions
Indexed
Peer Reviewed

Special Issue on how artificial intelligence is revolutionizing nursing healthcare

Call for papers

Guest Editors

Elizabeth Borycki RN, PhD, FIAHIS, FACMI, FCAHS

Editor-in-Chief, JMIR Nursing

emb@uvic.ca

Kenrick Cato,  PhD, RN, CPHIMS, FAAN

Professor, Informatics at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Faculty Clinician, Family and Community Health, University of Pennsylvania

kcato@nursing.upenn.edu



Research Letter

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Research Letters present new, early, or preliminary research findings. The text should use standard research headings of Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion and should be no longer than 750 words, with a maximum of 10 references and 2 tables or figures. The APF for Research Letters accepted after peer review is lower than the standard APF.



Technologies to Address Climate Change in Nursing

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Peer Reviewed

Health information exchange and the electronic health record assists nurses who interact with populations on the move due to fires and evacuations caused by climate change. 



Virtual Care

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Peer Reviewed

Virtual care has become an emergent tool used by nurses and nurse practitioners to reach displaced populations.