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Editor-in-Chief: Li-Chi Chiang, PhD, RN
Yeur-Hur Lai, PhD, RN
ISSN: 1682-3141
Impact Factor: .688
From the Editor

From the Editor

Announcement: The Taiwan Nurses Assocation is happy to announce that The Journal of Nursing Research (JNR) has been formally selected for coverage in Thomson Reuter's products and services. JNR will be included in: The Science Citation Index Expanded, Journal citation Reports/Science Edition, Social Sciences Citation Index, Journal Citation Reports/Social Sciences Edition, Current Contents/Social and Behavioral Sciences and Current Contents/Clinical Medicine. This is a great honor for JNR and we offer our gratitude to our authors and editors for producing the highest level of content which enabled JNR to be included in this service.   

Call for Papers: The Taiwan Nurses Association has published The Journal of Nursing Research (JNR) in English since June 2001 as a vehicle to expand the Association’s international perspective and promote academic exchange with nursing professionals overseas. As editor of JNR, I welcome the submission of manuscripts of relevance and interest to those concerned with the conduct or results of nursing-related research. You are encouraged to submit original articles addressing research into the practice, theory, or philosophy of nursing. All articles published in JNR will be peer-reviewed. Please e-mail to the journal editorial office: journal@twna.org.tw

Sincerely,
Li-Chi Chiang
Yeur-Hur Lai

Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of Nursing Research
Taiwan Nurses Association
www.twna.org.tw

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