Aims and scope
The Journal of Rural Community Nursing Practice (JRCNP) focuses on providing access to scientific information sources based on up-to-date and evidence-based results of research and engagement practices in rural areas around the world. This journal can be used by nurses, both as nurse educators, nurse managers, nurse clinicians, and nurse researchers in rural communities.
The scope or scope of the JRCNP is to publish various research results that focus on problems and interventions based on rural populations. JRCNP pressures innovation or evaluation of reconstruction programs on risk and vulnerability populations in rural areas. Articles in the types of research studies, evaluation programs, practice concepts, and educational developments will be published with the aim of replication and development, and simulated theory, education, methods, policies, and ethical and legal papers for public discussion and debate. Authors with an interest in rural health and crime issues and practices may contribute to the journal. Authors who have several questions related to the manuscripts published in the JRCNP are encouraged to contribute as letter communications.