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Indian Journal of Holistic Nursing

About The Journal

Focus of the Journal

The Indian Journal of Holistic Nursing (IJoHN) aims at encouraging research in the vastly unexplored arena of holistic nursing which focuses on personalised care and complementary, alternative and integrative approaches such as dietary changes, biofeedback, massage, using herbs, acupressure, homeopathy, probiotics, meditation, etc. Juvenile delinquency, alternative therapy, meditation, prayer and healing, yoga, aging and health, sexual risk behaviour, suicidal tendency are some of the topics covered in this journal. We welcome conceptual articles, research briefs, case studies, reports and reviews of events.

Scope of the Journal

The Indian Journal of Holistic Nursing focuses on publishing research and scholarly articles that promote holistic nursing practice. The journal covers a wide range of topics within holistic nursing, including but not limited to:

Holistic nursing theory and practice: Articles that discuss the principles and philosophy of holistic nursing, as well as holistic approaches to patient care.

Integrative healthcare: Research on the integration of complementary and alternative therapies with conventional nursing care, including topics such as yoga, meditation, acupuncture, and herbal medicine.

Holistic assessment and intervention: Articles on holistic assessment techniques and nursing interventions that address the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs of patients.

Holistic nursing education: Research on holistic nursing education programs, curriculum development, and teaching methodologies.

Self-care for nurses: Articles that promote self-care practices for nurses, including stress management, mindfulness, and work-life balance.

Overall, the Indian Journal of Holistic Nursing aims to provide a platform for nurses, educators, researchers, and practitioners to share their knowledge and experiences in holistic nursing, and to contribute to the advancement of holistic healthcare practices in India and beyond.


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