Aims and Scope

The Alexandria Scientific Nursing Journal (ASNJ) is the first Egyptian specialized scientific nursing journal in the Middle East. It is hosted by the Faculty of Nursing, Alexandria University, Egypt since 2002. It is indexed in the index Medicus for World Health Organization (WHO) Eastern Mediterranean Region and listed in the database of the Libraries of the Egyptian Universities.

The journal provides a forum for research findings and evidence to improve patient care, and nursing practice and education in the region. It aims to create collaboration and international relations between members of the nursing, medical and other health-related professions in the different specialties.

The ASNJ is a biannual journal. It publishes original peer-reviewed scientific researches relevant to all nursing specialties with the aim to evaluate the current health care situation in the region. It also offers appropriate solutions to the problems facing the population.

Its scope covers a wide range of areas including family health, adult health, women and child health, gerontological and geriatric care, critical and emergency care, nutrition, mental health, humanities, health education, and management of health care systems.