The International journal of nursing Education and palliative science is the perfect source for information on continuing medical education on nursing courses as well as the most happening worldwide researches in the field of Nursing and healthcare.
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The International journal of nursing Education and palliative science aim to share information and skill of nursing, midwifery and healthcare personnel all over the world and to influence and inspire students and professionals to work for social care needs of their respective communities.
On behalf of the organizing committee of the Nursing Conference, it is our great honor to invite you to join in a Nursing Journal.
As we continue to grow and adapt, remaining always adaptable, motivated and responsive to “International Journal of Nursing Education and palliative science ”.Our organization is confronting a time of many changes and we’re meeting these changes during a time of larger nation-wide and global change. The world of Nursing and healthcare is an exciting area in which to work on clinical case studies, and we’ll continue to meet and bring inspired people together in forums like this, to ensure ours innovate remains at the cutting edge. It is important we have a good balance of different article type within the journal.
Aim and Scope of the journal:
This seeks to attract healthcare professionals working for the growth and establishment of nursing, midwifery and healthcare education, in addition to those who are involved in training healthcare professionals. This journal is open to faculty, nursing and midwifery educationalists, academic administrators, senior education managers, practitioners, researcher, and students.
1 Nursing Teaching Strategies
2 Nursing Management
3 Psychiatric Nurses
4 Peri-Operative Nursing
5 Critical Care Nursing
6 Nursing Types
7 Critical Care for the Nurse Practitioner
8 Nursing Education
9 International Nursing Education
10 Advanced Nursing Practice
11 Disaster Nursing
12 Nursing Practice
13 Pediatric Nursing
14 Clinical Nursing
15 Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
16 Emergency Nursing
17 Environmental Health Nursing
18 Cardiac Nursing
19 Risk Factors in Nursing and Healthcare professionals
20 Cardiac Nursing Management
21 Dental Nursing
22 Health Care Technology
23 Nursing Anesthesia
24 Gerontologic Nursing
25 Palliative care
26 Medical decision making and health economics
27 Nephrology Nursing
28 Neonatal nursing
Nursing Scientific Networks:
Nursing Leadership & Committees consider proposals for Special Issues Editors will return a decision on your proposal within Two weeks of receipt. To enrich our vision of making the scientific information available at an ease of access, Nursing Leadership & Committees initiated special issue for the open access journals. All the articles published under a special issue focuses on a single topic providing the complete information about the ongoing research providing more insight on an emphasized topic of research enabling the readers to access wide forecasted information on a particular topic Issue.
Special Issue Proposals: Special Issue deals with focused research topics of high interest, falling under the scope of the Journal. Special Issues are the pool of articles under a current topic selected from the Ongoing Research under specific discipline. The aim of the Special Issue is to provide a platform for the researchers to understand the recent advancements and challenges in particular areas of research. These articles will provide an opportunity to the readers to understand and access the scientific information.
We encourage potential scientists to organize the Special Issue in their field of interests that fit within the Journal scope. This will provide an opportunity to increase the visibility of the Guest Editors. The Special Issue Titles may be from any basic and clinical area of Science, Technology, and Medicine. People interested in publishing a special issue are advised to consider the following guidelines.
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Special issue articles are published immediately upon their acceptance and are released under upcoming regular issues. Special Issues are invited throughout the year. For more information or any queries about the special issues, please write us to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Promoting Your Special Issue
Nursing Leadership & Committees will work with Guest Editors to increase the visibility of the Special Issue in the months leading up to the submission deadline and once it has been published.
What Nursing Leadership & Committees will do:
1. Nursing Leadership & Committees will circulate your Call for Papers to the Nursing Editorial Board, targeted mailing lists, and relevant AoM listservs. It will also advertise your Call on the Nursing websites and other social media platforms. It will re-issue the Call at appropriate intervals.
2. Once the Special Issue is published, announcements will be made to the Nursing Editorial Board, targeted mailing lists, and relevant AoM listservs as well as on the Nursing websites social media platforms.
3. Free access to the Special Issue will be made available on the website to Guest Editors and readers.
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2. If it has not already been suggested as part of the proposal, consideration should be given to organizing a conference or workshop either to generate submissions or to aid in the development of submitted papers. A symposium or PDW at a well-known conference may also be considered.
3. We expect Guest Editors to identify up to 50 scholars for whom the Special Issue will be particularly relevant
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My professional nursing practice has an emphasis on direct-patient care in the critical care, high dependency and acute care across a multicultural population in the Middle East and India. My phenomenal scholarly journey integrates the significance of health promotion and education in Type 2 Diabetes, Colorectal Cancer, Renal Disease, and Coronary Heart Disease. With a philosophical and empirical basis in clinical application and practice on patient safety, coping, transition, and preceptorship, I have appreciated the positivity of nursing in todays’ world. I have worked on 15 funded international and national research grants with a collaborative team. I have 40 international indexed publications. I have presented diverse papers and posters in international, regional and national conferences. I am an editorial member and peer reviewer in several international and national peer reviewed journals. I had been a visiting consultant and external examiner in local universities for undergraduate nursing programs.
Research grantsExploringhealth relatedRenal care and intradialytic interventions for improving quality of life after dialysis among adults with ESRD
Stress and coping among critical care nurses in the intensive care units 2016, The Research Council, Co-Principal Investigator
problems and quality of life among T2DM 2016, The Research Council, Co-Principal Investigatorandcare givers 2016, Ministry of Health, Co-Investigator
Multi-media strategies for improving self-care management among after dialysis among adults with Chronic renal failure and T2DM 2016, Ministry of Health, Co-Investigator
Evidence based practice competence among student nurses: cross country comparison study 2016, Sultan Qaboos University, Co-Investigator
Efficacy of High Fidelity Simulator in an Undergraduate Nursing Curriculum 2015, Sultan Qaboos University, Co-Investigator
Evaluation of Simulation for Nursing Courses: Student and Faculty Perspectives 2015, Sultan Qaboos University, Co-Investigator
Effectiveness of diabetes education program to improve self-care management for adults with type 2 diabetes mellitus 2013, Sultan Qaboos University, Principal Investigator
Knowledge, experiences, barriers to colorectal cancer screening: a survey of healthcare providers working in primary care settings in Oman, 2012, Sultan QaboosUniversity , Co-Principal Investigator
Self-Care Management of Adults with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Muscat 2010, Sultan Qaboos University, Principal Investigator
Reflective practice asstudent centered learning for patient safety, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, Co-Investigator
Inter professional collaboration using high fidelity simulation pedagogy in nursing, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, Co-Principal Investigator
Evaluation of Clinical learning environment among nursing students at university level, College of Nursing, Principal Investigator
Assessment of E-learning among nursing faculty in CON, College of Nursing, Principal Investigator
Stress and coping measures among nursing students inundergraduate curriculum, College of Nursing, Principal Investigator
1. D’Souza MS, Venkatesaperumal R, Walden J, and Kamble P. 2018. Nurse-led intervention to improve the quality of life among adults with type 2 diabetes
https://scholar.google.ca/citations?hl=en&user=TTiZ8ecAAAAJ&view_op=list_works&sortby=pubdateundergoinghaemodialysis2. D’Souza MS, Venkatesaperumal R, Chavez FS, Parahoo K, Jacob D (2017) Effectiveness of Simulation among Undergraduate Students in the Critical Care Nursing. Int Arch Nurs Health Care. 3(4):084. 3. Ammouri AA, Abu Raddaha AH, Natarajan J, D'Souza MS. Perceptions
. Malaysian Nursing Journal, 10:1(1).ofrisk of coronary heart disease among people living with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Int J Nurs Pract. 2017;e12610.
4. Al Qassabi SS, Kamble B, D’Souza MS, Al Shehi NI, Kurup PM, et al. (2017) Prevalence of thyroid abnormalities among adults with HIV infection in Oman. Journal of Hormonal Disorders Endocrine Research 1(1): 101.
5. D‘Souza MS, Arjunan P, Venkatesaperumal R. High fidelity simulation in nursing education. International Journal of Health Science Research. 2017; 7(7):340-353.
6. Balachandran S, Venkatesaperumal R, D’Souza MS. Teaching patient safety in undergraduate nursing education. Int J Health Sci Res. 2017; 7(8):375-381.
7. Melba Sheila D’Souza, Subrahmanya Nairy Karkada, Kader Parahoo, Ramesh Venkatesaperumal, Susan Achora, &Arcalyd Cayaban. Self-efficacy and self-care behaviors among adults with type 2 diabetes. Applied Nursing Research 36:25-32. 8. Girija Madhavaprabhakaran, Melba Sheila D’Souza, & Karkada Subrahmanya Nairy.Effectiveness of Childbirth Education on Nulliparous Women’s Knowledge of Childbirth Preparation, Anxiety and pregnancy outcomes. Nursing and Midwifery Studies. 2017, March 6(1):e32526. 9. M.S. D’Souza, Susan D. Ruppert, Kader Parahoo, Subrahmanya Nairy Karkada, Anandhi Amirtharaj, Devakirubai Jacob, Shreedevi Balachandran, & Nasser Majid Dhabi Al Salmi. Foot care behaviors among adults with type 2 diabetes, Prim. Care Diab. (2016).
10. D’Souza MS, D’Souza J, & Karkada SN. Foot care educationandplatelet derived growth factor on wound healing in foot ulcers among adults. Int J Nutr Pharmacol Neurol Dis 2016;6(3):111-8.
11. D’Souza MS, & Amirthraj A. Need for interprofessional collaborative practice: Lafora disease. Int J Nutr Pharmacol Neurol Dis 2016;6(3):133-5.
12. Joshua Kanaabi Muliira, Melba Sheila D’Souza, Samira Maroof Ahmed, Salim Nasser Al-Dhahli and Fahad Rashid Matar Al-Jahwari. 2016. Barriers to Colorectal Cancer Screening in Primary Care Settings: Attitudes and Knowledge of Nurses and Physicians. Asia-Pacific Journal of Oncology Nursing, 3(1),98-107.
13. D’Souza, M. S., Venkatesaperumal, R., Ruppert, S. D., Karkada, S.N., & Devakirubai Jacob. 2015.Health Related Quality of Life among Omani Men and Women with Type 2 Diabetes. Journal of Diabetes Research, V2016.
14. Muliira, Joshua; D'Souza, Melba.Effectiveness of patient navigator interventions on uptake of colorectal cancer screening in primary care settings. Japan Journal of Nursing Science. 2015. doi:10.1111/jjns.12102.
15. Muliira, J., D’Souza, & MS., Maroof, S. 2015. Contrasts in Practices and Perceived Barriers to Colorectal Cancer Screening by Nurses and Physicians Working in Primary Care Settings in Oman. Journal of Cancer Education.
16. Girija Kalayil Madhavanprabhakaran, Melba Sheila D’Souza, Karkada Subrahmanya Nairy. Prevalence of pregnancy anxiety and associated factors. International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences 3 (2015) 1–7.
17. D’Souza, MS, Nairy KS, Parahoo, K. & Venkatesaperumal, R. 2015. Perception and Satisfaction of the Clinical Learning Environment among Nursing Students. Nurse Education Today. February 2015. Accepted: February 6, 2015; Published Online: February 19, 2015.
18. D’Souza MS., Nairy, K.S., Venkatesaperumal R., & Natrajan, J. 2015. Self-care behaviours and glycemic control among adults with type 2 diabetes’ Global Science and Technology Forum. Journal of Nursing and Health Care, 2(1). 28 February 2015.
19. D’Souza, M. S., Nairy K. S., Hanrahan, N. P, Venkatesaperumal, R. & Amirtharaj, A. 2015. Do Perceptions of Empowerment Affect Glycemic Control and Self-Care Among Adults with Type 2 Diabetes? Global Journal of Health Science, 7(5).