The Asian/Pacific Island Nursing Journal welcomes the submission of research papers; evidence-based scholarly projects; empirical, theoretical, or clinical articles; or editorials that relate to Asian/Pacific Islander (API) health and nursing.
The Asian/Pacific Island Nursing Journal serves as a voice for researchers, educators, and practitioners in addressing critical information deficits by providing a high-quality, peer-reviewed, international forum for the exchange of knowledge in relation to API health and nursing care. We welcome submissions from AAPINA members and non-members.
This journal was created to address a recognized gap between nursing science and behavioral/social sciences, and offers a forum for empirical, theoretical and methodological issues related to API ethnic, cultural values, and beliefs and biological and physiological phenomena that can affect nursing care.
Areas of research and evidence-based scholarly projects published in the journal include, but are not limited to:
Clinical and Developmental Psychology
Pulmonary Function and Disease