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Trends in Nursing Administration and Education

Bibliographic Information

Publisher : Advanced Research Publications
Official Publications : Initiative of Prof Sunita Lawrence, Professor and Principal, Pragyan College of Nursing, Bhopal, MP, India
pISSN : 2348-2141
DOI Of Journal : 10.24321/2348.2141
Frequency: Biannual
Publishing Since: 2007
Abbreviation: TNAE
Origin: India
Language: English
Index Copernicus Value (ICV): ICV 2018: 35.22
Indexing : Index Copernicus International, DRJI, Google Scholar, CrossRef.
Address for Correspondence : LG-37, Arora Shoppers Park, Shakti Khand II, Indirapuram, Ghaziabad-201014, Uttar Pradesh, India


Trends in Nursing Administration and Education

Name: Prof Sunita Lawrence

Affiliation: Professor and Principal, Pragyan College of Nursing, Bhopal, MP, India.

Scope of the Journal

Trends in Nursing Administration and Education is a journal that focuses on publishing research and scholarly articles related to nursing administration, nursing education, and related topics. The journal covers a wide range of areas within nursing administration and education, including but not limited to:

Nursing administration: Articles on healthcare leadership, management, and administration within nursing, including topics such as nursing management practices, healthcare policy, and healthcare economics.

Nursing education: Research on nursing education programs, curriculum development, teaching methods, and assessment strategies in nursing education.

Healthcare quality and safety: Articles on quality improvement initiatives, patient safety, and healthcare outcomes related to nursing practice and administration.

Nursing informatics: Research on the use of information technology in nursing practice and administration, including electronic health records, telehealth, and healthcare data analytics.

Interprofessional collaboration: Articles on collaboration between healthcare professionals from different disciplines, with a focus on improving patient care and healthcare outcomes.

Trends in Nursing Administration and Education aims to provide a platform for researchers, educators, and practitioners in nursing and healthcare administration to share their knowledge and expertise, and contribute to the advancement of nursing practice and education.

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Trends in Nursing Administration and Education

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