Association of Integrative Nursing (AIN), founded in 2019 in Hongkong. Since its inception, AIN is committing to recruit and organize the broad masses of nursing workers to promote the prosperity and development of careers in integrative nursing science, and facilitate popularization, promotion and progress of nursing techniques of integrated Chinese and western medicine. AIN also carries out a series of work about academic communication, journals publishing, conferences, training services, and talent cultivation.
Journal of Integrative Nursing (JIN), Founded in June 2019, is an internationally peer reviewed, academic journal co-sponsored by Association of Integrative Nursing and Beijing Office of Traditional Chinese Medicine Nursing Competence Improvement Project.
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The journal aims to publish the latest research findings of nursing in the field of traditional Chinese and western medicine, to provide an academic platform for nursing exchanges at home and abroad, to promote academic development and discipline construction of integrative nursing, and to propagate academic characteristics and culture of integrative nursing.
The journal publishes the following columns:
- Clinical researches
- Brief reports
- Investigation studies
- Case reports
- Letters to the editor
- TCM style nursing
- TCM rehabilitation nursing, etc.
And subject areas include:
- Clinical nursing
- Evidence-based nursing
- Care of the chronically ill
- Nursing care of the elderly
- Surgical nursing
- Community care
- Emergency nursing
- Neonatal care
- Pediatrics nursing
- Infant and young children nursing
- Wound and ostomy nursing
- Gastroenterology nursing
- Trauma nursing
- Health care management
- Addictions nursing, etc.