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Nursing and Family Health Care

Online ISSN: 2631-9942

Hideki Nakano (Editor-in-Chief)

Kyoto Tachibana University, Japan


Nursing and family health care is a quarterly, peer-reviewed, open access scientific journal, focussing on the recent developments in health care including family practice, community health, palliative care, perioperative nursing, prenatal care, healthcare delivery, quality of life, sexual health, mental health, primary care medicine, medical education, primary care epidemiology, clinical management, geriatric care, and chronic illness.

The journal scope encompasses several important topics including; studies in family health and nursing care, collaborate and share innovative health care ideas in family and community health.

Nursing and Family Health Care journal will feature research, review papers, reports, editorials, expert opinion and perspective papers, commentaries, and book reviews.

Nursing and Family Health Care accepts direct submissions from authors: Attach your word file with e-mail and send it to: editor.nfhc@oatextjournals.com  alternatively to: editor.nfhc@oatext.com

Please, follow the Instructions for Authors. In the cover letter add the name and e-mail address of 5 proposed reviewers (we can choose them or not).

Copyright is retained by the authors and articles can be freely used and distributed by others. Articles are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work, first published by Nursing and family health care, is properly cited.

Hideki Nakano


He is currently an Associate Professor of Faculty of Health Science at Kyoto Tachibana University, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Health Science from Kio University, Japan. He has received research training experience as a JSPS Research Fellow at Queensland Brain Institute, The University of Queensland, Australia. He is primarily interested in the neuroscience-based rehabilitation, and investigates the development of effective rehabilitation assessment and treatment based on neuroscience.

Editorial Board


Masako Shomura

Faculty of Nursing
Tokai University School of Medicine
Kanagawa
Japan

Britni L. Ayers

College of Medicine
Northwest Campus
University of Arkansas for Medical Science
USA

Thomas Dombrowsky

The University of Texas at Arlington
College of Nursing Texas
USA


Chung-Yi Chen

Dean and Professor
School of Medical and Health Sciences
Fooyin University
Taiwan

Giuseppe Dott. Marletta

CdL Infermieristica Unipr
Servizio Rapporti Istituzionali
Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Parma
Italy

Nasser Ibrahim Abu-El-Noor

College of Nursing
Islamic University of Gaza
Palestine


Priscilla Reddy

Faculty of Community and Health Sciences
University of the Western Cape
South Africa

Kao-Chang Lin

Department of Holistic care
Chi Mei Medical Center Tainan
Taiwan

Kwua-Yun Wang

Nursing Department
Taipei Veterns General Hospital
Taiwan


Natasha Morris

Department of Nursing
Melbourne School of Health Sciences
University of Melbourne
Australia

Nicole South

School of Nursing Medway Campus
Canterbury Christ Church University
UK

Marília dos Santos Rua

Escola Superior de Saúde da
Universidade de Aveiro
Portugal


Tingzhong Yang

Zhejiang University School of Medicine, Hangzhou
China

Persefoni Lambrou

Cyprus Ministry of Health
Cyprus

Shareena Bibi

Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah, Selangor
Malaysia


Patrizia Boracchi

Department of Clinical Sciences and Community Health
University of Milan
Italy

Kappes Maria

Department of Nursing
San Sebastian University
Chile

Luz Lopez Samaniego

Regional Ministry of Health of Andalusia Seville
Spain


Mick Fleming

Department of Education, Sport and Culture, Keyll Darree, Strang
Isle of Man

Christiana Kouta

Department of Nursing
Cyprus University of Technology
Cyprus

Bernadeta Lelonek-Kuleta

Institute of Family Studies and Social Work
The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin
Poland


Maja Subelj

National Institute of Public Health
Trubarjeva
Slovenia

Anna Bodajko-Grochowska

Department of Paediatric Pulmonology and Rheumatology
Medical University of Lublin
Poland

Sharon Souter

Mayborn College of Health Sciences
Scott & White School of Nursing
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
USA


Sophie Vandepitte

Department of Public Health – Health Economics
Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine
Ghent University
Belgium

Lorraine Kaack

RN-CNL Consultant
Bay Pines VA Healthcare System
Florida
USA

Vasiliki Matziou

Department of Pediatric Nursing
Faculty of Nursing
National & Kapodistrian University of Athens
Greece


Eugenia Vlachou

Department of Nursing
University of West Attica
Greece

Dganit Sharon

Head of Nursing Department
Ruppin Academic Center
Israel

Wei-Chen (Miso) Lee

Department of Pediatrics
The University of Texas Medical Branch
USA


Rakime Elmir

School of Nursing and Midwifery
Western Sydney University
Australia

Jayne Smitten

Interim Director
Clinical Simulation Experiential Center
Hawai’i Pacific University
USA

Pei Ying

School of Nursing
University of Texas
USA


Sununta Youngwanichsetha

Faculty of Nursing
Prince of Songkla University
Thailand

Sotiris Avgousti

Department of Nursing
School of Health Sciences
Cyprus University of Technology
Cyprus

Yilkal Tafere

Department of Public health
Debre Markos University
Ethiopia


Filiz Ozel

Department of Internal Medicine Nursing
Faculty of Nursing
Ege University İzmir
Turkey

Patrick Opiyo Owili

Department of Public Health
School of Health Sciences
University of Eastern Africa Baraton
Kenya


In Press


ADHD is everybody’s business

Mukesh Kripalani

Commentary -Nursing and Family Health Care (NFHC)

December 28, 2018


Continuum of care for maternal, newborn and child health: Is it the solution?

Patrick O Owili Miriam A Muga

Editorial -Nursing and Family Health Care (NFHC)

March 11, 2019


Current Issue

Volume 1, Issue 1


Engagement with activity and functional status among older adults

Thomas Dombrowsky

Editorial-Nursing and Family Health Care (NFHC)

August 28, 2018


Identifying needs and expectations of potential users of the virtual platform to foster healthy and active ageing in Andalusia

Sandra Pinzon Monica Padial Espinosa Bibiana Navarro Matillas Juan Manuel Espinosa Almendro Pilar San Juan Lozano Luz Lopez Samaniego

Editorial-Nursing and Family Health Care (NFHC)

September 17, 2018


Caregivers’ evaluation of an intervention program to improve executive functions of patients with mild neurocognitive disorder in Japan

Daisuke Fukuta Chizuru Mori

Research Article-Nursing and Family Health Care (NFHC)

October 09, 2018


The association of nurse practitioner roles and practice on perceived health of residents living within subsidized housing units

Carole A. Orchard Cornelia Mahler

Research Article-Nursing and Family Health Care (NFHC)

November 29, 2018


Nursing assistance to patient with cerebral hemorrhage

Ana Juana Tambasco

Short Communication-Nursing and Family Health Care (NFHC)

December 07, 2018


Archive


Volume 1

Engagement with activity and functional status among older adults

Thomas Dombrowsky

Editorial-Nursing and Family Health Care (NFHC)

August 28, 2018


Identifying needs and expectations of potential users of the virtual platform to foster healthy and active ageing in Andalusia

Sandra Pinzon Monica Padial Espinosa Bibiana Navarro Matillas Juan Manuel Espinosa Almendro Pilar San Juan Lozano Luz Lopez Samaniego

Editorial-Nursing and Family Health Care (NFHC)

September 17, 2018


Caregivers’ evaluation of an intervention program to improve executive functions of patients with mild neurocognitive disorder in Japan

Daisuke Fukuta Chizuru Mori

Research Article-Nursing and Family Health Care (NFHC)

October 09, 2018


The association of nurse practitioner roles and practice on perceived health of residents living within subsidized housing units

Carole A. Orchard Cornelia Mahler

Research Article-Nursing and Family Health Care (NFHC)

November 29, 2018


Nursing assistance to patient with cerebral hemorrhage

Ana Juana Tambasco

Short Communication-Nursing and Family Health Care (NFHC)

December 07, 2018


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Nursing and family health care accepts direct submissions from authors: Attach your word file with e-mail and send it to: submissions@oatext.com alternatively to: editor.nfhc@oatext.com

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Nursing and Family Health Care is an Open Access journal and we do not charge the end user when accessing a manuscript or any article. This allows the scientific community to view, download, distribution of an article in any medium, provided that the original work is properly cited, under the term of "Creative Commons Attribution License". In line with other open access journals we provide a flat fee submission structure on the acceptance of a peer-reviewed article which covers in part the entirety of the publication pathway (the article processing charge). The process includes our maintenance, submission and peer review systems and international editing, publication and submission to global indexing and tracking organisations and archiving to allow instant access to the whole article and associated supplementary documents. We also have to ensure enough investment to secure a sustainable model which ethically, legally and financially stable.

The publication charges for Nursing and Family Health Care are GBP 1890.

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Corresponding author or Co-authors has to make the payment on acceptance of the article.

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