About the Journal
Focus and Scope: Nursing Science Journal of Thailand (Nurs Sci J Thail) is the double-blinded and peer-reviewed journal of Faculty of Nursing, Mahidol University. The Journal is published quarterly aiming at serving as a forum for exchanging ideas, experience, and knowledge relevant to nursing and health care with potential to advance knowledge for practice, education, management or policy.
Peer Review Process: All manuscripts are subject to a double blind peer review; that is, both author and reviewer identities are concealed during the review process. The decision to publish a submitted manuscript is based on an editorial assessment and peer review. Our policy is that the reviewers' role is to advise the editor-in-chief but it is the latter who makes the final decision. The Journal reserves the right to edit all manuscripts to its style and space requirements.
Types of articles: The Journal welcomes the submission of original research articles, review articles, articles on methodological issues and ethical dilemmas, commentaries on previous articles published in the Journal, and clinical studies in all areas of nursing.
Language: Thai or English
Publication Frequency: Nursing Science Journal of Thailand has 4 issues per annum: No.1 January-March, No.2 April-June, No.3 July-September, No.4 October-December
Publisher: Faculty of Nursing, Mahidol University