Journal of Nursing Education and Practice (PRINT ISSN 1925-4040, ONLINE ISSN 1925-4059) is a peer-reviewed international scientific journal providing a forum for original research, case reports, experience exchange and reviews to the fields of nursing on clinical nursing, nursing administration, nursing practice, nursing education and other relevant nursing issues.
The primary aim of the JNEP is to promote a high standard of clinically related scholarship that supports the practice and education of nursing. These aims are achieved through promoting the international exchange of ideas and experience that draw from the different cultures in which practice takes place. Manuscripts on evidence-based nursing and nursing education are preferred.
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To facilitate rapid publication and to minimize administrative costs, the journal accepts Online submission and Email submission. All manuscripts and any supplementary material can be submitted via the journal’s Online Submission or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For online submission, please create a new account and then follow the instructions given on the screen.
Original Research, Clinical Practice, Conference Report, Experience Exchange, Review.
2016 Q3: Articles Received: 76; Accepted: 55; Rejected: 28; Published: 53; Retracted: 0
2016 Q2: Articles Received: 102; Accepted: 55; Rejected: 13; Published: 53; Retracted: 0
2016 Q1: Articles Received: 91; Accepted: 53; Rejected: 19; Published: 52; Retracted: 0
2015: Articles Received: 354; Accepted: 233; Rejected: 106; Published: 215; Retracted: 0
2014: Articles Received: 307; Accepted: 203; Rejected: 94; Published: 214; Retracted: 0
2013: Articles Received: 258; Accepted: 169; Rejected: 84; Published: 204; Retracted: 1
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e-Version First is a feature offered through our journal platform. It allows PDF versions of manuscripts that have been peer reviewed and accepted, to be hosted online prior to their inclusion in a final printed journal. Readers can freely access or cite the article. We aim to publish accepted manuscripts in e-Version First two week after the final draft has been completed.
Paper Selection and Publication Process
a) Upon receipt of paper submission, the Editor sends an E-mail of confirmation to the corresponding author within 1-3 working days. If you fail to receive this confirmation, your submission/e-mail may be missed. Please contact the Editor in time for that.
b) Peer review. We use double-blind system for peer-review; both reviewers' and authors' identities remain anonymous. The paper will be peer-reviewed by three experts; two external reviewers and one editor from the journal are typically involved in reviewing a submission. The review process normally takes 2-4 weeks.
c) Notification of the result of review by E-mail.
d) The authors revise paper and pay publication fee (300.00 USD).
e) After publication, the corresponding author will receive the copy of printed journal, free of charge.
f) E-journal in PDF is available on the journal’s webpage, free of charge for download.
The publisher and journal have a policy of “Zero Tolerance on Plagiarism”. We check the plagiarism issue through two methods: reviewer check and plagiarism prevention tool (ithenticate.com).
All submissions will be checked by iThenticate before being sent to reviewers.
Acknowledgements to our reviewers
|We would like to express our gratitude to all ERB members of Journal of Nursing Education and Practice and those who have made great contributions for the journal for their excellent work and the professional spirit. Without the knowledge, skill and dedication of reviewers, JNEP will not achieve the level today. The journal thanks all reviewers and wishes them Happy New Year. We expect the new collaboration and common progress with all reviewers in 2016.|
Vol 7, No 4 (2017)
Table of Contents
|Participation in an online journal club as a career ladder activity|
|Ashley Peacock, Peggy Ward-Smith, Todd Fullerton, Stacie Blake, Janet Crumley, Ashley Stumpenhaus, Kayla M. Adamson, Jessica Conant, Lana Teegarden||p1|
|Life quality for ostomized patients: a perspective in the health and nursing care process|
|Cristilene A. Kimura, Dirce B. Guilhem, Ivone Kamada, Breno S. Abreu, Karina R. Modesto, Jonas R. Gonçalves||p22|
|Effect of peer evaluation training on senior nursing students’ performance enrolled in nursing administration course|
|Reda A. Abo Gad, Heba K. Obied||p55|
|Comments surrounding the doctor of nursing practice (DNP): Stress, ambiguity, and strain|
|Josephine M. Mancuso, Kimberly A. Udlis, Allison B. Anbari||p76|
|The evolving role of a clinical instructor in an integrated undergraduate nursing curriculum|
|Amanda O'Rae, Jennifer Langille, Aaron Li, Kara Sealock, Gayle Rutherford||p87|
|Transforming future nurses through simulation in mental health nursing|
|Ginny Weldon Langham, Moniaree Parker Jones, Allison Terry||p96|
|Nurses’ perceptions regarding using the SBAR tool for handoff communication in a tertiary cancer center in Qatar|
|Santhirani Nagammal, Abdulqadir J. Nashwan, Sindhumole LK. Nair, Anupama Susmitha||p103|
|The ABCs of managing increased intracranial pressure|
|Mohamed Toufic EL Hussein, Stephanie Zettel, Ashley M. Suykens||p6|
|An evidence-based program for enhancing interdisciplinary collaboration to promote spiritual care in an adolescent psychiatric residential facility|
|Ronald Lee Tyson, Diana McIntosh, Jason Gregg||p15|
|Interprofessional collaboration strategies: A hematology unit case study|
|Lu Xia, Huixin Wu, Yun Cheng||p51|
|Primary oral health care and smiles for life curriculum adaptation for nurses training in low income countries: A case of Tanzanian context|
|Masunga K. Iseselo, Irene Kida Minja, Robin Toft Klar, Katherine Gallant, Serena Kassam, Marion J. Bergman||p43|
|Effects of nursing care planning tools on nurses’ and residents’ quality of life in long-term care facilities: A literature review|
|Astrid Herold-Majumdar, Michael Schaller, Steffen Fleischer, Johann Behrens||p32|
|Effects of problem-based learning on nurse competence: A systematic review|
|Penelope Cartwright, Judith Bruce, Patricia McInerney||p67|
|Generation Z students: Will they change our nursing classrooms?|
|Debbie C. Hampton, Yolanda Keys||p111|
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Journal of Nursing Education and Practice
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