Aims and Scope

The purpose of the Minia Scientific Nursing Journal (MSNJ) is to publish work that contributes to the development of knowledge, advancement of science and promotion of the practice of holistic nursing and health care as well as providing the best outcomes for the patients in their care. The MSNJ promotes the standard and quality of nursing education and methodological development in nursing science. Published (Semi-Annual) twice a year. 

The aims of the MSNJ are to:

  • Encouraging and stimulating the transfer of knowledge in the field of Nursing.
  • Develop best practice in nursing management.
  • Disseminating and exchange of research findings, experience and ideas and promoting scientific studies and research in the various field of nursing at the local, regional and international levels.
  • Develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that are essential to provide high quality nursing care.
  • Encourage and support the development of excellence in scholarly writing and review in holistic nursing and health care.
  • Support evidence-based practices by publishing research, systematic reviews and other scholarly reviews, critical discussion, and commentary of the highest standard. 

Scope of the journal:

It is a regional scientific journal specialized in publishing scientific studies and researches in various nursing fields. Providing a forum for innovative nurses in clinical practice, research, and education to exchange essential information, share clinical and personal experiences. Enhancement’s health care interventions developed through nursing research findings. Its scope covers a wide range of areas including the following topics: 

List of Journal Topics:

  • Medical and Surgical Nursing,
  • Community Health Nursing,
  • Geriatric Nursing,
  • Pediatric Nursing,
  • Maternal And Newborn Health Nursing,
  • Critical Care and Emergency Nursing,
  • Psychiatric and mental health Nursing,
  • Nursing Administration
  • concepts and new trends in nursing
  • family health
  • Nursing Education.
  • Nursing research