Research and Theory for Nursing Practice focuses on issues relevant to improving nursing practice, education, and patient care. The articles strive to discuss knowledge development in its broadest sense, reflect research using a variety of methodological approaches, and combine several methods and strategies in a single study. Because of the journal's international emphasis, article contributors address the implications of their studies for an international audience.
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"More than any other journal, [Research and Theory for Nursing Practice] addresses the theory-practice gap at an international level. Its diversity reflects the concerns of nurses across the globe."
—Barbara Hayes, PhD, RN,
James Cook University, Australia
"The research [in Research and Theory for Nursing Practice] is high quality and covers topics of great importance to nurses, nurse educators, and nurse researchers."
—Lillie Shortridge-Baggett, PhD, RN,
"[A] visionary contribution to publishing in nursing both for scholars and for all those interested in scholarly practice."
—Sr. Callista Roy, PhD, RN, FAAN,
Professor and Nurse Theorist, Boston College School of Nursing
"A very useful source for sharing knowledge and experiences among nurse scholars in academic and practice settings in countries worldwide."
—Wichit Srisuphan, DrPH, RN,
Chiangmai University, Thailand
"I have yet to pick up [an] issue where there have not been at least 1-2 articles of direct relevance and interest to my area of work."
—Tanya McCance, RGN, DPhil, MSc, BSc (Hons),
Northern Ireland Practice and Educational Council for Nursing Midwifery, Belfast
"The journal has filled a gap for opportunities to publish international nursing research."
—Marie Cowan, PhD, RN, FAAN,
Professor and Dean, UCLA School of Nursing