Focus and Scope

Madago Nursing Journal (MNJ) contributes to the dissemination of information related to nursing research and evidence-based study on urban nursing issues in low-middle income countries. The scope of this journal is broadly multi-perspective in nursing areas such as Nursing Education, Clinical Practice, Community Health Care, Medical-surgical nursing, Pediatric Nursing, Maternity Nursing, Psychiatric nursing, emergency nursing, Family and gerontological nursing, Management and Health System, Health Informatics, and Transcultural Nursing, with a focus on urban nursing issues in low-middle income countries. MNJ is committed to communicating and being open to the discussion of ideas, facts, and issues related to health across a wide range of disciplines.

The journal accepts original research articles, synthesized literature, and best practice reports or case reports that use the quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-method approach. MNJ adheres to journalistic standards that require transparency of real and potential conflicts of interest that authors and editors may have.