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International Journal of Comprehensive Nursing

The International Journal of Comprehensive Nursing (IJCN) is a peer reviewed open access journal started with an aim to provide a world class forum for disseminating the research findings and ideas for improving the nursing practice, education and research. The IJCN aims to help the research scholars and students in nursing to improve the writing skills in the international forum. The IJCN also aims to bridge the gap between the theory and practice by uniting the experts in the field of nursing to the students and young research scholars. The journal welcomes original research and scholarly work from the nursing fraternity in the areas such as nursing research, education, management, clinical care and health care policy.

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