Belitung Nursing Journal

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Vol. 8 No. 6 (2022)
November - December

Belitung Nursing Journal (BNJ) is a peer-reviewed, "Gold" open-access journal that provides a venue for nursing scholarship with an Asian focus and perspectives from the region. BNJ welcomes submissions of original research, review articles, theory & concept development, perspectives, letters, methodology papers, study protocols, and case studies.


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yupin Aungsuroch
Dr. Joko Gunawan
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DOI prefix: 10.33546/bnj
Journal name: Belitung Nursing Journal
Journal abbreviation: Belitung Nurs J
Journal initials: BNJ
Subject: Nursing: General Nursing (Miscellaneous)
Publisher & sponsor: Belitung Raya Foundation, Indonesia
Total published articles: 416 (56/year)
Turnaround time (from 2015 to present): 
Acceptance rate: 37%
Days to first editorial decision: 31 
Days to accept: 90
Everyone is invited to submit an article at any time (no deadline for submission). Once the article is editorially accepted, it will be published in Early View before inclusion in an issue.
No paper template for submission (check submission checklist). BNJ does not receive articles via email.


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Journal Performance:


CiteScore 2021: 0.7 | SJR 2021: 0.144 | SNIP 2021: 0.450 (Scopus)
JCI: 0.16 (Clarivate)
BNJ has been awarded the DOAJ SEAL:

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Early View

Online Version of Record before inclusion in an issue

Psychometric properties of Clinical Learning Environment Inventory and its association with Moroccan nursing students’ satisfaction: A PLS-SEM approach

Khadija Saka , Mohamed-Yassine Amarouch , Mohamed El Amine Ragala , Zarrouq Btissame , Adel Tahraoui , Youness El Achhab , Jaouad El-Hilaly  

Patient and family-centered care for children: A concept analysis

Tuti Seniwati  , Yeni Rustina , Nani Nurhaeni , Dessie Wanda

Current Issue


Variations on a theme: Labeling patients as persons, the nursed, or client in nursing
Feni Betriana , Rozzano C. Locsin
Abstract views: 59 | PDF views: 59

Review Article

Effectiveness of negative pressure wound therapy on chronic wound healing: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Asmat Burhan  , Nizam bin Ali Khusein , Septian Mixrova Sebayang
Abstract views: 129 | PDF views: 85 | Supplementary File views: 0

Original Research Article

‘Should I stay or should I go?’: A mixed methods study on nurse retention during challenging times
Michael Joseph S. Diño  , Paul John B. Bracero, Arnel Buencamino, Sharon B. Cajayon, Michael William Q. Catajan , Michaela Liel L. De Leon, Jessie Elsid Jr. Gregorio , Pamela Anne A. Lucelo, Bavy Charmy Cindy P. Odon, Jasmin Anne F. Palma , Roi Roel C. Rosado, Martin Phillip D. Taboada, Maria Luisa Uayan
Abstract views: 96 | PDF views: 57
Nursing outcome quality indicators for patients with ischemic stroke receiving thrombectomy treatment: A Delphi study
Chaiyuth Kotalux, Thanpimol Kensakoo, Werayuth Srithumsuk
Abstract views: 78 | PDF views: 68
Discharge readiness and its associated factors among first-time mothers undergoing cesarean section in China
Mingfei Ran , Praneed Songwathana  , Jintana Damkliang
Abstract views: 74 | PDF views: 29
Eating disorders between male and female adolescents with type 1 diabetes mellitus in Korea
Hye-Ryeon Park , Na-Geong Kim
Abstract views: 40 | PDF views: 41
Assessment of health sciences academic advisors’ mental health literacy and their experiences with students facing mental health problems
Fatimah Raji , Nahed Morsi , Alaa Mahsoon , Loujain S. Sharif
Abstract views: 24 | PDF views: 34
Lipohypertrophy prevalence and its associated risk factors in insulin-treated patients with type 2 diabetes in North Borneo, Malaysia
Rose A Nain , Deena Clare Thomas
Abstract views: 36 | PDF views: 29
Clinical profile, treatment, and outcomes of patients with COVID-19 in a tertiary referral hospital in South Sumatera, Indonesia: A retrospective single-center study
Deli Marteka , Amarila Malik  , Ingrid Faustine , Nadia Farhanah Syafhan
Abstract views: 37 | PDF views: 32
Barriers to reporting postpartum hemorrhage at different levels of healthcare facilities in Nigeria: A qualitative study
Sirajo Mohammed , Lee Khuan , Ruth Packiavathy Rajen Durai, Irmi Zarina Binti Ismail  , Saleh Ngaski Garba
Abstract views: 38 | PDF views: 40 | Video views: 0
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