• Datuk Prof. Dr. Hjh. Bibi Florina Abdullah Lincoln University College, Malaysia


Presently, the Malaysian Journal of Nursing (MJN) is a well-established journal serving as a front-runner in the nursing field. The journal demonstrates and attempts to advance the nursing contribution to informed and sustainable health guidelines. The journal supports nursing’s contribution to evidence-based healthcare and encourages problem-solving approaches according to health priority requirements. The journal thrives to provide opportunities for an in-depth exchange of knowledge and expertise within and beyond the international nursing community. The objectives of this journal are to endorse quality in nursing and health care through the propagation of the up-to-dated, evidence-based, peer-reviewed clinical information and original research. It offers an international podium for exchanging research findings, knowledge, and nursing practice experience. The journal deals with broad of nursing subjects such as progressive nursing approaches, bio-psychosocial problems related to health taking into consideration the cultural standpoints, lifestyle alteration as an element of health promotion, along with palliative care, chronic disease and family care giving. The journal aims to cater to practicing nurses in all domains and at all levels to advance practice and professional development of nursing based on state of art knowledge and information.  MJN pursues to enhance perception according to clinical requirement and its proper application in nursing intervention and service delivery. So, authors are encouraged to submit original research, reviews and discussion pertinent to nursing, midwifery and other health related vocations around the world.


Malaysian, Journal, Nursing


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Datuk Prof. Dr. Hjh. Bibi Florina Abdullah. (2021). MESSAGE FROM THE EDITIOR-IN-CHIEF . The Malaysian Journal of Nursing (MJN), 12(3), 2-2. Retrieved from