PHILIPPINE NURSES ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, INC.
An organization responsive to Filipino-American nurses' needs and a positive force in the world arena of nursing
JNPARR CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS
The Journal of Nursing Practice Applications & Reviews of Research (JNPARR), the official international, peer-reviewed publication of the Philippine Nurses Association of America, is calling for authors to submit manuscripts.
The JNPARR publishes scholarly works around Nursing Practice, Education, Administration and Research. Types of manuscripts published include: Original Research Reports, Review Articles, Quality Improvement Manuscripts, Discussion Paper, and Case Reports.
Submission Dates: Ongoing
Publication Schedule: Two times a year
JNPARR welcome the following types of manuscripts:
Original Research Reports include studies of all designs including quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods studies. All research reports must contain a statement in the methods section about the protection of human subjects and approval by the appropriate institutional review board (IRB). In addition, submission of documented IRB approval is required. Suggested headings within the text include: Introduction, Objective(s), Methods, Results, Discussion, and Conclusions.
Review Articles provide a comprehensive review and critical synthesis of the literature on a specific topic. Types of review manuscripts considered include systematic reviews either with or without meta-analysis, integrative reviews, narrative reviews and reviews and syntheses of qualitative research (e.g., meta-synthesis). All reviews should be guided by a clear statement of purpose or research question. Suggested headings within the text include: Introduction, Objective(s), Methods, Results, Discussion, and Conclusions.
Quality Improvement papers are reports of systematic, data-based interventions designed to achieve improvements in the quality, safety, and value of healthcare related to nursing practice, education, and administration. Suggested headings within the text include: Introduction, Objective(s), Methods, Results, Discussion, and Conclusions.
Discussion Papers addressing conceptual, philosophical, theoretical, methodological or professional phenomena of interest when it is clear that the content represents an extension of knowledge and that the phenomena are relevant to nursing. These papers may include analyses of innovations and trends in clinical practice, care delivery systems, and education programs. Suggested headings within the text include: Introduction, Objective(s), Methods, Results, Discussion, and Conclusions.
Case Reports are methodological and systematic approaches of disseminating personal knowledge about a clinical phenomenon or condition affecting individuals, groups, or populations. Case reports can discuss phenomena and clinical applications in different areas of interest in clinical nursing, disease conditions, healthcare disparities, determinants of health, and population health. Case reports highlight clinical experiences that promote generation of hypotheses for future research or development of practice guidelines as appropriate. Suggested headings within the text include: Introduction, Case Presentation, Discussion, and Conclusions.
A letter of inquiry to the editor is not required. However, any prospective author may contact the editorial staff for inquiries. Prospective authors are encouraged to review a copy of the JNPARR on our website at http://mypnaa.org/JNPARR-Home.
Cynthia Ayres, PhD, RN, FNAP
Leo-Felix Jurado, PhD, RN, APN, NE-BC, CNE, FAAN
Nelson Tuazon, DBA, MSN, MAEd, RN, NEA-BC, CENP, CPHQ, FACHE
Rose P. Estrada, DNP, RN, BC, CPN