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Description automatically generatedINJ (Indonesian Nursing Journal) is an open access scientific journal with Frequency publish is two issues each year (January and July), INJ published theoretical and empirical peer-reviewed articles, which contribute to advance the understanding of phenomena related with all aspects of nursing education and nursing care. INJ includes contributions, but not limited to, in the following fields: Medical-Surgical Nursing, Emergency Nursing, Pediatric Nursing, Emergency Nursing, Maternity Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing, Gerontological Nursing, Management Nursing, Family Nursing and Nursing in Community.

English Manuscript Only


Starting in August 2023, INJ (Indonesian Nursing Journal) will only accept papers written in English, It aims to improve the journal's quality and expand access to readers around the world. Manuscripts have been submitted in Indonesian after this announcement would either be rejected without further review or would be asked to be corrected. The decision is the sole prerogative of the journal Editor and cannot be appealed.


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Editor in Chief of INJ

Vol. 1 No. 2 (2024): January

Volume 1, Issue 2, January 2024, is the second publication of the Indonesian Nursing Journal. Our hope with the publication of this journal can help readers to provide insight, ideas, references, in the development of nursing practice & nursing education. The editorial board would like to thank the authors for their contributions. This volume consists of eight articles with authors from various health affiliations, both as lecturers, and nurses

Published: 2024-01-31

The mother's knowledge regarding worms in pre-school students in PAUD Salsabila, Yogyakarta

Dwi Nur Anggraeni, S.kep., Ns., M.Kep, Liza Novitasari Wijaya, S.kep., Ns., M.Kep | Pages: 38-41

Family support in preventing relapse in individuals with mental disorders in a Malawei public health center, Indonesia

Rina Hardiyanti, S.Kep., Ns., M.Kep., Herman, S.Kep., Ns., M.kep. | Pages: 42-46

Bullying among adolescents at the 4th State Junior High School in Yogyakarta

Bety Agustina Rahayu, S.Kep., Ns., M.Kep, Wahyu Riyaningrum, S.Kep., Ns., M.Kep | Pages: 47-50

The relationship between gadget use and eye health in school-age children at the elementary school of Alun-Alun Kalijati

Rosy Manuji, Amd.Kep., Ade Nuraeni, S.Kep., Ners, M.Kep., Fitri Handayani, S.ST, M.Kes., Rosiah, S.Kep., Ners, M.Kep. | Pages: 63-67
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