About the journal

The Journal of Nursing Reports in Clinical Practice is an international, open-access, peer-reviewed, quarterly journal concerned with all aspects of nursing practice. This journal welcomes articles in all areas of nursing practice, including critical care, emergency, pediatric, geriatric, management, palliative care, end-of-life care, midwifery nursing research, ethics, nursing education, and complementary/alternative therapies in nursing. The Editorial Board comprises eminent nursing research experts who ensure the accuracy and calibre of the peer-reviewing process for submitted publications. This journal aims to provide the best practice-based evidence in the nursing profession by publishing original/research papers, reviews including narrative reviews, systematic reviews, systematic reviews and meta-analyses, scoping reviews, case reports, brief reports, correspondences, and errata with the highest research standards.

We look forward to receiving submissions from all across the world, especially excellent papers showcasing developments in all areas of nursing practice. The current clinical research in nursing practice and other related sciences is of broad interest. Please see our Guide for Authors for information on article submission. If you require any further information or help, please visit Contact Us.

Bullying, incivility, and intention to leave the job among novice nurses: A multicenter cross-sectional study

Pages 109-117

Ali Azizi-Qadikolaee; Minomitra Chehrzad; Ehsan Kazemnejad Leyli; Fateme Jafaraghaee

Psycho-social needs of family members of patients hospitalized in the burn intensive care unit: A cross-sectional study

Pages 118-125

Mohammad Ali Heidari Gorji; Seyed Afshin Shorofi; Mostafa Esfandiari; Reza-Ali Mohammadpour-Tahmtan

Effect of early warning system on the preparedness of hospitals in emergencies and disasters: A quasi-experimental study

Pages 126-132

Hamid Reza Khankeh; Mehdi Rahgozar; Hedayat Jafari; Vahid Delshad; Fahimeh Ghasemi Charati

Challenges and recommendations of exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis: A narrative review from a nursing perspective

Pages 133-137

Amir Hossein Goudarzian

The relationship between corona phobia and burnout in critical care nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic: A narrative review

Pages 138-142

Akbar Zare-Kaseb; Mahsa Dadkhah-Tehrani; Amir Mohamad Nazari; Fatemeh Zamani; Samin Bakhshalizade Rashti

A narrative review of religious beliefs in schizophrenic patients: Recommendations for psychiatric nurses

Pages 143-147

Amir Hossein Goudarzian

Tele-rehabilitation to improvement of the quality of nursing care

Pages 148-149

Akbar Zare-Kaseb; Mohammad Javad Ghazanfari

Burn survivors' challenges after hospital discharge: A neglected issue

Pages 150-151

Amin Doustahadi; Amir Mohammad Beigee; Maryam Shahabi; Akbar Zare-Kaseb; Mohammad Javad Ghazanfari

Using virtual reality with morphine to reduce the pain of dressing change in burn patients

Pages 152-153

Amin Doustahadi; Amir Mohammad Beigee; Maryam Shahabi; Akbar Zare-Kaseb; Mohammad Javad Ghazanfari

Tele-nursing: A novel opportunity to improve the quality of nursing care

Pages 154-155

Zahra Arbabi; Mohammad Hashem Gholampour; Akbar Zare-Kaseb; Somayeh Shahvarooghi; Mohammad Javad Ghazanfari


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