About The Journal
Administrative and Management skills are as important to nurses of all categories as their clinical knowledge and skills. Rapid changes have taken place in nursing techniques during the previous decade with the increase in better educated personnel and increased administrative leadership at clinical and education nursing services. Unfortunately, in India, we do not have Journals catering to the need of researches related to nursing administration and education. Trends in Nursing Administration and Education (TiNAE) is a biannual, double-blind, peer-reviewed Journal published by Advanced Research Publications. The Journal 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.
TiNAE publishes conceptual articles, research, case studies, reports and reviews of events. This Journal is guided by an advisory board that consists of eminent leaders of nursing. This Journal is biannual and it is published in June and December every year by ADR Publications. The Journal has been acquired by ADR Publications on its platform and continues its publication from 2018 onwards under a memorandum of understanding between Prof. (Dr.) Sunita Lawrence, Editor-in-Chief, and ADR Publications.
Indexing Information: Index Copernicus International, DRJI
Open Access Publication and Licensing
This is an open access Journal, and articles are distributed under the terms of the CC BY-NC License, which allows non-commercial use of the work as long as appropriate credit is given. All content is available online, free, and without any restrictions. Only the print version of the Journal has a charge. Registration is not required to read any article. Users can read, download, copy, print, distribute, search, link to the full text of articles for any lawful purpose. Authors retain the copyright of their work since the year 2020 and can archive pre-print and post-print or published PDF to personal or institutional repositories or libraries without requiring permission from the Journal or publisher.
In order to digitally preserve all published scholarly content, we submit the metadata of all its Journals to LOCKS to preserve all published articles to ensure availability and continuity of all research and scholarly articles to the community notwithstanding any accidental loss of data in its personal archival records.
Authors can self-archive accepted and published papers through open access policy. Authors retain the copyright of their work since 2020 and can archive pre-print and post-print or published PDF to personal or institutional repositories or libraries without requiring permission from the Journal or publisher. We reposit the published articles in various libraries such as Sherpa Romeo.
Editor-in-chief has the final say in decisions regarding advertisements or sponsored content, including supplements, the Journal will or will not carry, and their decision is final in use of the Journal brand and in overall policy regarding commercial use of Journal content. Advertisements of brands/products/organisations relevant to the focus and scope of the particular Journal only will be considered. The Journal does not publish advertisements for any product/brand not conducive to health.
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