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Vol 6 No 1 (2024): Nursing Overarches All Clinical Setting

Clinical by definition is anything relating to the observation and treatment of actual patients and not only theory or laboratory work. Therefore, it is concluded that nursing overarches all the clinical areas. While specialties are available also for nursing, yet, nursing as caring health personnel will sense the duty to embrace the work in all clinical setting. Furthermore, clinical is not merely means to be inside the healthcare institution, but also in the community where “healthy” people may be found wanting of health education or even treatment outside healthcare facilities.

This edition, Klabat Journal of Nursing again presented to both scholar and non-scholar communities the updated studies relating to all clinical areas overached by nursing, both for the patients, communities of all settings and also to improve the nurses and student nurses themselves, making it possible to attain higher steps in providing quality care locally and globally.

Published: 2024-04-29


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Klabat Journal of Nursing (KJN) is the official peer-reviewed research journal of the Faculty of Nursing, Universitas Klabat (UNKLAB) in cooperation with North Sulawesi,  Indonesian National Nurses Association (INNA) or Persatuan Perawat Nasional Indonesia (PPNI) Sulawesi Utara. This journal aims to promote advancement in nursing and health care through the dissemination of the latest research findings. KJN covers a wide range of nursing topics such as nursing education, clinical practice, advanced nursing issue, and policy related to the nursing profession.

Klabat Journal of Nursing (KJN) publishes two issues per year in April and October. Based on the results of Scientific Journal Accreditation Period I of 2023 and the issuance of the Decree of the Director General of Higher Education, Research and Technology Number 79/E/KPT/2023, dated May 11th, 2022, concerning the Rating of Scientific Journal Accreditation period I of 2023, Klabat Journal of Nursing succeeded received Accreditation Rating at SINTA 4.

KJN intended readership includes nurse educator, researcher, manager, and nurse practitioner at all levels.