Nursing Research has a long and distinguished record in the history of nursing science. Since its launch in 1952,
Nursing Research has been a “cooperative venture” of scientists, professional organizations, publisher, editorial staff, and readers to circulate scientific papers in nursing to improve care, alleviate suffering, and advance well-being. Today,
Nursing Research continues as a preeminent journal in the field, and is the official journal of the Eastern Nursing Research Society (ENRS) and the Western Institute of Nursing (WIN).
Nursing Research publishes regular papers and brief reports in the following areas:
• Research Reports (Original, empirical research findings in areas of interest to nursing scientists)
• Reviews (Reviews in biological sciences or symptom science)
• Methods (Development and application of new methods. Measurement, statistics, informatics and analytics, qualitative, and mixed methods approaches. May include secondary analysis of previously reported data to illustrate leading edge methods)
• Brief Reports