The Nursing profession has the potential to effect wide-reaching changes in the health care system. The primary role of a nurse is to advocate and care for individuals and support them through health and illness.
The nursing practice is to provide high quality care, record medical history, manage patient needs, administer medications and treatment, managing intravenous lines, monitor patients health and record signs records, operate medical equipment, to address problems and redesign care to improve outcomes, show compassion and sensitivity, and treat everyone in their care with dignity and humanity. Beyond the physical support and care they provide, nurses may provide emotional support to patients and patients' family members to make informed choices about their treatment and care.
Nursing Practice and Health Care is the peer reviewed open Access, online journal committed to promote excellence in nursing and health care and promotion of nursing perspectives to the health care community and the public.
The journal aims to cover the aspects of behaviour, attitude and approach of nurses towards patients, issues affecting nursing, and current advances in basic biological sciences related to emerging areas of nursing science. “Nursing Practice and Health Care” provide an international forum for the exchange of their ideas in the form of original research papers, Reviews, Perspectives, Rapid communication, Short communications, Mini reviews and Commentaries that are of special interest to nursing research.