The Philippine Journal of Nursing, an international peer reviewed journal, is the official publication of the Philippines Nurses Association published biannually. It considers original articles written for, but not limited to, Filipino nurses at all levels of health care organizations and in various settings. The Philippine Journal of Nursing will serve as: 1) Venue for the publication of scientific and research papers in the areas of Nursing practice and Nursing education ; 2) Source of updates on policies and standards relevant to Nursing practice and Nursing education, and 3) Medium for collegial interactions among nurses to promote professional growth. The Philippine Journal of Nursing invites original research and scientific papers, full text or abstract, written by registered nurses on different areas of nursing practice, including but not limited to clinical , community, administration, and education.

ERLINDA CASTRO-PALAGANAS
Editor-in-Chief

CURRENT ISSUE

JANUARY-JUNE 2019

PJN Vol. 89 | No. 1

ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Nursing Workforce in The Philippines: Data And Issues
  • Role of the nurse in newborn screening: Integrating Genetics in Nursing Education and Practice
  • Spirituality and Spiritual Care in Nursing: A Literature Review
  • A Bibliometric Analysis of the Philippine Journal of Nursing for 1966-2017
  • The Interplay of C.P.A. in Elderly Care Towards Client Care Satisfaction
  • Diabetes Self-Management Education Program (DSME) among Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus
  • Quality of Life of Patients with Diabetic Foot Ulcer on Recovering
  • Understanding the Lived Experience of Filipino Mothers on Water Birth
  • Non-Pharmacologic Nursing Interventions to Reduce Delirium Risk 66 and Promote Quality Sleep
  • Nursing Research: Evidence to Develop Health Policy

PREVIOUS ISSUE

PJN VOL. 87 | NO. 2

July-December 2017
Theme: Research: Transforming Health and Health Care Systems

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