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


Currently, the Malaysian Journal of Nursing (MJN) is a well-established journal that serves as a leading athlete in the field of nursing. The journal reflects and strives to advance the contribution of nursing to knowledgeable and sustainable health guidelines. The journal supports the contribution of nurses to health care and advances problem-solving strategies in line with critical health care needs. The journal prospers on providing opportunities for detailed knowledge and expertise across every nursing community. The purpose of this journal is to promote quality nursing and health care through the dissemination of the latest, evidence-based, peer-reviewed clinical information and actual research. It provides an international forum for the exchange of research results, information, and experience in nursing practice. The journal discusses a wide range of nursing topics such as continuous nursing techniques, health-related issues based on cultural perspectives, lifestyle changes as part of health promotion, chronic diseases and family care.

The journal aims to focus on practicing nurses at all levels in order to promote practice and nursing development based on professional knowledge and experience. The Malaysian Journal of Nursing on current issues also highlights on the long-lasting nature of nurses in these difficult circumstances. The journal focuses on providing psychological support to nurses and suggests surviving strategies to cope with the present pandemic situation. In this way nursing students will be able to respond to public health emergencies and diagnoses, so that they can keep themselves and their patients safe. Nurses influence the care of patients and families by demonstrating compassion, educating them and gaining their trust and cooperation. Nurses also influence our communities by teaching practices to promote health and prevent diseases. Lastly, they influence the public by being courageous by never backing down, even in the face of adversity. In this manner the Malaysian journal of Nursing through its leadership development, empowerment, garnering of new resources, and always being at decision making foundation will help to drive changes for health equity and prosperity.




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Datuk Prof. Dr. Hjh. Bibi Florina Abdullah. (2021). MESSAGE FROM THE EDITIOR-IN-CHIEF. The Malaysian Journal of Nursing (MJN), 13(2), 2-2. Retrieved from