Trends in Nursing Administration & Education
|IC Value:||(2018) 35.22|
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About the journal
Editor in Chief:
Prof. (Dr.) Sunita Lawrence
Principal, College of Nursing, Bhopal
Trends in Nursing Administration and Education (P-ISSN: 2348-2141)
Administrative and Management skills are as important to nurses of all categories as their clinical knowledge and skills. The rapid changes during last decade; with the increase in better educated personnel and increased administrative and leadership at clinical and education nursing services. Unfortunately, in India we do not have Nursing Journals on Administration and Education. Trends In Nursing Administration and Education (TNAE) aims at providing a forum for exchange of ideas, innovative methods in management research outcomes and their applications in the field of nursing education and administration.
TNAE has four sections: conceptual articles, research brief, case studies, reports and reviews of events. This journal is guided by an advisory board which consists of eminent leaders of nursing. This Journal is biannual and it is published in January and July every year. This Journal was published by Holistic Nursing and Health Society, (a not-for profit society) under the chairmanship of Dr. Sunita Lawrence, Bhopal, India but now it has been acquired by Advanced Research Publications.
Advanced Research Publications is a private organization. The Editor in Chief of the Journal is Dr. Sunita Lawrence and the Journal will continue to be published under her supervision.
Acknowledgement & Appeal
The Editorial Team of Trends in Nursing Administration and Education appreciates Directors, Principals and faculty of various colleges and schools of nursing and nurses for their trust in TINAE and for their support. Special Thanks to all writers who are taking much effort to contribute TNAE to grow professionally and act as tower of strength for publishing TNAE.