About the Journal

Journal of Applied Nursing and Health (JANH) (Prefix DOI: 10.55018) has published its first volume with p-ISSN: 2657-1609 (SK LIPI: 0005.26571609/JI.3.1/SK.ISSN/2019.05) in 2019 and e-ISSN: 2809-3208 (SK LIPI 005.28093208/K.4/SK.ISSN/2021.12) in 2021). JANH is a health journal that publishes scientific papers for nurses, health academics, and other health practitioners. This journal is published regularly in June and December every year.

The Journal of Applied Nursing and Health (JANH) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal. JANH hopes to be able to contribute to increasing evidence-based knowledge in the realm of nursing and health, JANH hopes to be useful and used by the community to improve a better quality of life which in turn has the potential and impact on the advancement of knowledge in nursing and health practice. All JANH papers have a solid, critical, and scientifically sound scientific, evidence, theoretical or philosophical basis in their approach. 

The Aim of the Journal of Applied Nursing and Health (JANH) is to disseminate research results to other researchers so that they can be developed and can become active in the clinical or community area in the health sector based on evidence. The journal also committed to improving high-quality research by publishing analytic techniques, measures, and research methods, not an exception to systematic review papers.

The Focus of the Journal of Applied Nursing and Health (JANH)  is original research (Quantitative, Qualitative, or Mixed method), case studies, literature reviews (Scoping Reviews, Systematic Reviews, Meta-Analysis), and the development of other research designs related to Nursing and Health Sciences.

The Scope of the Journal of Applied Nursing and Health (JANH)  includes studies that intend to examine and understand nursing and healthcare interventions,  phenomena, novelty research, update evidence base practice and health policies which utilize advanced nursing and health research from the Asian perspective. The JANH publishes research related to clinical settings, community, and health policy in Asia from comparative and international views.