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Research in Nursing & Health


Title Abbreviation
Res Nurs Health
ISSN
0160-6891
Electronic ISSN
1098-240X
Readership
Clinicians, Educators, Hospital Administrators, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, Policy Makers, Researchers
Scope
Research in Nursing & Health ( RINAH ) is a peer-reviewed general research journal devoted to publication of a wide range of research that will inform the practice of nursing and other health disciplines. The editors invite reports of research describing problems and testing interventions related to health phenomena, health care and self-care, clinical organization and administration; and the testing of research findings in practice. Research protocols are considered if funded in a peer-reviewed process by an agency external to the authors’ home institution and if the work is in progress. Papers on research methods and techniques are appropriate if they go beyond what is already generally available in the literature and include description of successful use of the method. Theory papers are accepted if each proposition is supported by research evidence. Systematic reviews of the literature are reviewed if PRISMA guidelines are followed. Letters to the editor commenting on published articles are welcome.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
John Wiley & Sons, Inc. - NJ
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