The journal of evidence-based nursing research is an international open-access journal that provides a platform for exchanging knowledge, research findings and nursing practice experience. The EBNR aims to promote excellence in nursing and health care through the dissemination of the latest, evidence-based and high-quality research findings, specialist knowledge and discussion of professional issues that reflect the diversity of nursing. with an international readership and authorship, EBNR allows communications among practitioners worldwide and enhances the evidence-based scholarly article in all nursing aspects including practice, education, research, management, and policy. It is committed to advancing international understanding and development of nursing and midwifery in Africa and the Middle-East region both as a profession and as an academic discipline.
The journal calls for original research manuscripts, systematic reviews, and meta-analysis, theory or philosophy of nursing, practice improvement initiatives, research briefs, methodologic development, book reviews, news and announcement, reports of scale and instrument development, and single case reports which will meet the journal’s high academic and ethical standards. The journal values critical scholarly debate of issues that have strategic significance for educators, practitioners, leaders, and policy-makers of nursing as well as from related health care professionals that support the interdisciplinary nature of the health care workforce. EBNR also supports nursing student research publications and project reports.
EBNR published by EEP employed a double-blind peer review process for all submissions and working towards inclusion of the journal on the Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports. EBNR issued four times a year Jan/April/Jul/Oct.