Guidelines for Contributing Articles to The Malaysian Journal of Nursing (MJN)
The MJN is the journal reflecting views, reports, matters of interest, and updates within the various specialties in Professional Nursing – including Clinical Nursing (which itself has various sub specialties e.g., Psychiatric Nursing, Critical Care Nursing, Oncologic Nursing, etc.), Education (all aspectsrelevant to nursing), Management, Community Health and Research, among others. This journal welcomes ORIGINALLY WRITTEN ARTICLES by contributors, CASESTUDIES, LITERATURE REVIEWS, ANY COMMENTARY RELEVANT TO PROFESSIONAL NURSING, and RESEARCHES/ EVIDENCES that directly affect the professional practice in nursing-be it clinical or otherwise.
There is no article submission charges. But after selection of the article for publication the author has to pay article processing charges.
Journal Publication Charges:
There is no Publication fee for the subscribers
Subscribe with the Malaysian Journal of Nursing and get free publication:
The publication charges will be waived if any of the author of the article subscribe for the journal. The subscriber is entitled to get 4 hard copies of the journal per year. Subscription rates 50 USD/year (plus postal charges as applicable)
Your subscription includes:
1. Cross References DOI
2. Lifetime Access to the published online articles
3. Free plagiarism checking and editing
Publication Fee for Non Subscribers:
Journal Publication Charges: USD 75 *
The charges include:
. Plagiarism checking, editing, and draft preparation along with Cross Ref DOI charges.
. The article will be given free open access.
. Inclusion of the paper in printed form of hard copy journal.
Author can buy their copy at the rate USD25 including postal charges.
*Publication fees waiver is available for authors of developing countries upon request.
Submitting Articles and Research Papers
Submitting Letters and Comments
This is open access journal, you may use the guidelines in submitting articles and research papers. Address your viewpoints, and comments to the Editor of MJN in the contacts provided herein.