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Journal of Nursing Research and Practice

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Alice Evans*
 
Managing Editor, Journal of Nursing Research and Practice, United Kingdom, Email: [email protected]
 
*Correspondence: Alice Evans, Managing Editor, Journal of Nursing Research and Practice, United Kingdom, Email: [email protected]

Received Date: Nov 04, 2020 / Accepted Date: Nov 11, 2020 / Published Date: Nov 16, 2020

Citation: Evans A. International Research Articles Published in Journal of Nursing Research and Practice. J Nurs Res Pract. 2020;4(5): 01-01.

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Editorial

Journal of Nursing Research and Practice peer reviewed Journal aimed at exploring the novel strategies in the field of patient care and Nursing. The Journal provides a complete overview of the topics in this field on an Open access platform. The Journal encompasses vast spectrum of topics within this field including but not limited to; Patient Health, Nursing Care Quality, Health care, Pediatric care, Physician implementation, Family Health Care Nursing, Community Health Systems, Physiological Nursing, Long-Term Care, Nurse Research Training, and Clinical Training in Nursing. Journal commemorates its decade long service to the scientific community by consistently publishing peer-reviewed articles and tracking the progress and significant advancements in the field of nursing. Journal is releasing special issues and conference proceedings along with regular issues since 2016, thus comprehensively covering a wide range of topics and emerging challenges in nursing. The journal focuses on application oriented research on Nursing Care Quality, Health care, Pediatric care, Physician implementation, Family Health Care Nursing, Community Health Systems, Physiological Nursing, Long-Term Care, Nurse Research Training, and Clinical Training in Nursing. In this issue some of the recent and impactful research articles that were published by the journal will be discussed.

Dhirja K, et al. [1] reported their research work wherein, they have shown the Effectiveness of an information booklet on knowledge regarding asthma management among parents of children suffering from asthma. The study was conducted in three stages by author. Study emphasis on correct knowledge related to asthma can improve the health status of the child. The study concluded that most of the parents in both the groups had inadequate knowledge related to asthma. Knowledge of parents in experimental group had significantly improved after implementation of information booklet. Parents as the primary caregivers are the first ones who encounter with diseases in their children. In routine, OPD physician and nurses are not able to give quality time to counsel the parents; an information booklet will help in bridging this gap and will further help in improvement of overall knowledge and practices of children.

Aboshaiqah A et al. [2] have shown how to assess the competencies of the nurse managers from different hospital units in a university tertiary hospital in Saudi Arabia. the study showed that nurses appear to be significantly more dissatisfied with their work and their managers raises questions about a potential gap in nursing leadership and management. Sixty-five nurses in managerial positions were conveniently selected. Aside from managerial positions, the respondents are licensed nurses and have at least 1-year clinical experience in their recent assigned units. The respondents as considered 52 out of 53 knowledge competencies as contributing significantly to effectiveness for nurse manager competence. To be effective nurse mangers, they should be knowledgeable and equipped with following skills: collaboration, communication, staffing, decision-making, and delegation. Implications for nursing management: healthcare organizations can use the study results to ensure that all nursing mangers have the necessary skills for effective nurse manger to achieve healthy working environment and deliver safe and high quality care for their patients.

Pabbatheneni D [3] presented the Editorial on Market Analysis: World Nursing Education and Evidence Based Practice Conference. Nursing is a colossal advanced education program that is essential to brilliant patient care. At the Bachelor’s and Associate degree levels, it is the third biggest program in the nation. The number of nursing schools and graduates increments consistently. The nursing shortage offers to a great degree favourable open door for current medical caretakers acquiring a higher degree and for nursing understudies planning to enter the workforce.

These research articles published by the journal have immense relevance in effectiveness of an information booklet on knowledge regarding asthma management among parents of children suffering from asthma for Nursing research and practice and in assess the competencies of the nurse managers from different hospital units in a university tertiary hospital in Saudi Arabia.

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