IJNE Research Priorities

IJNE Research Priorities

The research advisory panel and editorial board of International Journal of Nursing Endeavors, in an effort to support nursing education and translation of evidence in nursing practice, decided to cover following nursing domains in 2021-2024 issues.

The IJNE Research Priorities in Nursing Endeavors 2021-2024

The IJNE Research Priorities in Nursing Endeavors 2021-2024 continue to support nurse researchers who pursue the science of nursing education, research and practice. The IJNE 2021-2024 priorities create a roadmap that guide the nursing endeavors toward developing an evidentiary base journal to guide nurses through promotes and maintains wellness and care of all populations throughout the lifespan. These priorities guide the development of future issues of nursing endeavors journal, dedicated to the generation and translation of evidence that builds best nursing practices in all related area and all educational ranks and levels.

The four 2021-2024 research priorities are:

  • Nursing education
  • Nursing research
  • Nursing care and caring
  • Nursing models and theories

Nursing education Priorities

  • Build the science of nursing education through the generation and translation of innovative teaching and learning strategies
  • Test and validation of new teaching methods and technologies
  • Build faculty teaching practice
  • Create partnerships, including inter/intra-professional education (IPE) and global initiatives, that advance learning, enhance health and client care
  • Build a nurse faculty workforce to meet the needs of nursing education, staff, administration, and healthcare

The ultimate goal of these endeavors is to develop the science of nursing education that will be used to prepare practitioners who deliver excellent health care. To accomplish this goal, research needs to focus on the generation and translation of evidence in the areas of innovative teaching and learning strategies, faculty teaching practice, educational partnerships, and nurse faculty workforce capacity.

Nursing Research Priorities

IJNE encourages a broad range of research topics related to promoting population’s health. For 2021-2024, IJNE is particularly interested in interventions related to COVID-19, nursing care plans for disasters and mass causality situation as well other topics that will align with IJNE research trajectory.

In addition to robust research projects, systematic literature reviews synthesizing the state of the science in priority areas would also be valued contributions to the literature.

IJNE Research Priorities for 2021-2024 serve as a pathway for the advancement of nursing art and science through research and translation to evidence-based practices that build best practices in nursing care settings. The ultimate goal of these priorities is the preparation of nurses who deliver quality care to continually improve patient outcomes.

Nursing care and caring

We aim to empower and support nurses caring for all patients group and communities through research, education and advocacy. To achieve this mission, IJNE supports and conducts research that spans and integrates different sciences, disciplines and approaches, and that supports the scientific basis for clinical practice. We are committed to incorporating research and evidence‐based practice (EBP) as a foundation for nursing and quality patient care.

IJNE priorities 2021-2024 believes that research builds the scientific foundation for clinical practice. Moreover, Evidence‐based practice integrates the best available evidence to guide nursing care and improve patient outcomes. At the same time, Quality improvement, the systematic, continuous, contextualized, and interdisciplinary effort to improve health services, is critical to advancing the quality of care and ultimately improves patient outcomes.

Nursing models and theories

What makes nursing care indispensable and separate it from other forms of care and disciplines are nursing models and theories, which shapes the foundation of nursing profession. In IJNE, we value greatly the efforts of our co-workers and colleagues who playing a part in enhancing nursing models and theories. Any manuscripts in the nursing models and theories domain is very welcome.

Any paper or research article and scholar activities that inform the ongoing development, revision, and/or refinement of nursing theories is fully supported in IJNE 2021-2024 research priorities.

We maintain a strong support to the next generation of nurse leaders and scientists who address existing and impending health care challenges through modeling and theory development.

The IJNE 2021-2024 research priorities domain

IJNE explicitly seeks to align and integrate nursing with global health priorities. For the period 2021-2024, we’ll trying to Identify several specific health topics priorities for a global focus and advancement. We work to influence the World Health Organization, and other high-level decision-making bodies to ensure that nurses are part of the decision-making, policy-setting and implementation of national and international policies and strategies.

The IJNE nursing research priorities focus on the development, dissemination, and utilization of knowledge to guide clinical nursing practice. The research priorities recommendations from the Research Advisory Panel encompass nursing care of populations and population of health across their lifespan, including all patients group, disease prevention, health promotion endeavors, as well as professional issues in nursing practice.

Here is some of the research topics in IJNE-2021-2024 research priorities; which may include, but are not limited to the following areas::

  • The impact of infrastructure, financing, policy, and systems
  • Cost benefit analysis of different nursing services
  • Analyzing the impact of implementation strategies
  • Team function/human factors
  • Impact of nurse characteristics
  • Self-care practices
  • Resilience and emotional intelligence
  • Certification and experience
  • nurse education and quality of care
  • nurse education and burnout
  • nurse education and nurse-patient satisfaction
  • Transition to practice
  • Continued clinical competency
  • Horizontal violence/bullying
  • Cultural and generational diversity
  • nursing leadership methods and models
  • Management/staffing models
  • Systems of care delivery
  • Technology for decision support
  • Aseptic practices and modern technologies
  • Surgical nursing changes
  • Equipment and product safety
  • Patient and worker safety
  • Patient care models
  • Sterilization and disinfection
  • Patient safety culture
  • Medication safety
  • Patient handling and positioning
  • Patient education practices
  • Location of delivery of care
  • Inpatient models of care
  • Ambulatory models of care
  • Office-based models of care
  • Minimally invasive surgery and hybrid ORs
  • Healthcare legislative and regulatory initiatives
  • Technology and environmental controls
  • Vulnerable and high-risk populations
  • Influence of cost/product evaluation
  • Improving maternal and newborn outcomes
  • The results of normal physiologic birth
  • Addressing the effects of psychosocial issues
  • Supporting efforts to reduce overall morbidity and mortality
  • Addressing the impact of social determinants of health on health equities
  • Promoting optimal neonatal and infant health
  • Promoting optimal sexual and reproductive health
  • Position Statements
  • Practice Briefs
  • Evidence‐Based Guidelines
  • EBP Training Program cost-effectiveness
  • Emerging Leaders Program
  • Research mentoring
  • Promotion of no‐cost continuing educational opportunities specific to research and EBP methodology
  • Organization, Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative
  • Advanced Practice Nursing simulation: Learning outcomes
  • Validity and reliability of evaluation tools for learner assessment
  • The effect of feedback type on patients and students learning
  • Interprofessional simulation: Sequencing in curriculum
  • Psychomotor skill retention in nurses
  • Medication administration skills set
  • Ratio of clinical hours to simulation time: Determination of dosing and clinical hour substitution
  • Effects of virtual simulation ratios on learning
  • Simulation in practice settings
  • Transition to practice
  • Virtual reality/augmented reality and serious games in nursing
  • Communication, decision making issues
  • Implementation Science/Translational Research
  • Normal Birth
  • Mental Health
  • Patient Safety using Nurse Sensitive Outcomes
  • Universal Health Coverage
  • Non communicable diseases (NCDs)
  • Primary Health Care
  • Human resources for health
  • Person Centered Care
  • Antimicrobial resistance
  • Immunization
  • Covid-19 and other contiguous diseases
  • Sustainable Development Goals
  • Nursing care plans and patients discharge model of care
  • Alternative modalities and nursing care
  • Complement medicine and nursing care
  • Specialized nursing care procedures and results

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