Aims and Scope

The purpose of the Mansoura nursing journal (MNJ) is to publish work that contributes to development of the knowledge, the science, and the practice of holistic nursing care. The MNJ promotes the standard and quality of nursing education and methodological development in nursing science. Published twice a year.

The scope of the journal includes but is not limited to:

Providing a forum for caring and innovative nurses in clinical practice, research, and academia to exchange critical information, share clinical and personal experiences, and communicate research pertaining to holistic nursing practice, health care, wellness, healing, and human potential. Enhancements in health care interventions developed through nursing research findings.

The aims of the MNJ are to:

  • Support evidence informed policy and practice by publishing research, systematic and other scholarly reviews, critical discussion, and commentary of the highest standard.
  • Support the scholarship of holistic nurses and other health care providers by creating a forum for sharing important work of quality;
  • Offer a systematic and precise review of manuscripts using standards that enhance the presentation and expression of important holistic work;
  • Encourage and support the development of excellence in scholarly writing and review in holistic nursing and health care;
  • Create a forum for dialogue associated with diverse and innovative forms of inquiry and scholarship; and
  • Provide a resource of credible and creative scholarship that may improve the quality of holistic health for all people. 

List of Journal Topics :

  • Adult Nursing

  • Critical Care Nursing

  • Woman's Health & Midwifery Nursing

  • Pediatric Nursing

  • Psychiatric and mental health nursing

  • Community Health Nursing

  • Gerontological nursing

  • Nursing Administration