Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How can I become a member?

You may go to the “Register” tab and fill the form, then click  at the end of the page to complete your registration. A welcome email will be sent to you immediately.

I have forgotten my password, what should I do?

Please go to the login page and click on “Forgot password” link. A page will open, you should enter the email with which you have registered on the site and press , an email will be sent to you. Follow the instructions in the email to reset your password.

How do I submit my manuscript?

You need to be a member to be able to submit a manuscript. After making sure that you have prepared your manuscript according to guidelines of the journal, please log on to the web site using your username and password. In your user home page click on “Submit a New Manuscript” on the right side of the screen.

How much does publishing a paper cost?

The contents of the Journal of Nursing Reports in Clinical Practice are immediately and completely free to access. No submission fees or color image fees apply. Please use email to get in touch with the Journal with any specific questions.

How can I become a reviewer for this journal?

Please tick the box next to your reviewer role upon registration.


How frequently is this journal published?

Quarterly issues of this journal are published from January through March, April through June, July through September, and October through December.

I have been asked to peer-review an article, what should I do?

The link to the article is provided in your invitation email, all you have to do is click on the link, accept the invitation to review and follow the steps provided on the page and here. If you cannot find the email, you may log in and go to your user home and click on the article title to accept the invitation and carry on with the review process.

What is the aim and scope of this journal?

The Journal of Nursing Reports in Clinical Practice is an open-access, peer-reviewed, quarterly journal focused on all aspects of nursing practice. This journal aims to provide the best practice-based evidence in nursing by publishing original/research papers, reviews including narrative reviews, systematic reviews, systematic reviews and meta-analyses, scoping reviews, case reports, and correspondences with the highest research standards. 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 quality of the peer-review process for submitted manuscripts.