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Minia Scientific Nursing Journal (MSNJ) is dedicated to the Faculty of Nursing- Minia University, Egypt. MSNJ is a peer-reviewed journal that is an essential resource for all nurses, as well as providing the best outcomes for the patients in their care. The Journal focuses on research papers and professional discussion papers that have a sound scientific, theoretical, or philosophical base. Preference is given to high-quality papers written in a way that renders them accessible to a wide audience without compromising quality. All articles are peer-reviewed by at least two researchers experts in the field of the submitted paper. The editorial purpose of Minia Scientific Nursing Journal (MSNJ) is to disseminate empirical findings from the highest quality basic and clinical research studies focused on (a) understanding health and illness experiences of individuals, families, and communities; (b) estimating the impact of therapeutic actions on health promotion, disease prevention, comfort during illness, and (c) nursing systems and nursing resource management.

Current Issue: Volume 015, Issue 1, June 2024 

Relation between Resilience and Mental Health Recovery among Psychiatric Patients

Pages 11-20

Zamzam S. Mohamed; Safaa Mohammed Zaki; Ebtsam H. Saber; Tahany Sh. Mohammed

Assessment of Knowledge, Attitudes and prevalence of postpartum depression among new mothers in Minia City

Pages 30-40

Doaa Omran Mohamed; Amal Ahmed Abdelhafez; Safaa Mohammed Zaki; Mona Ahmed AbdEl-hamed

Effect of Acupressure on Nausea and Vomiting among Children with Leukemia

Pages 41-47

Nagat Farouk Abolwafa; Al Shaimaa Gamal Hasan; Heba Boshra Shehata

Therapeutic Nutrition Adherence among Hemodialysis Patient’s: Nursing Instructions

Pages 64-72

Asmaa Mohamed Khalaf Abdel–Ghany; Lobna Mohamed Gamal; Marwa Mohammad Abdel Baky; Hesham Mustafa Tawfek