Journal Description

The American Research Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences (ARJNHS) is a peer-reviewed, open-access scholarly journal that is published monthly. American Research Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences (ARJNHS) is an excellent platform for scholars, researchers, and healthcare professionals to share their findings and perspectives on various topics related to nursing and health sciences, with the ultimate goal of improving healthcare delivery and patient outcomes.


The aim of ARJNHS is to provide a platform for researchers, academics, and healthcare professionals to publish their research findings and perspectives on various topics related to nursing and health sciences. The primary focus of the journal is to promote and disseminate high-quality research and scholarly works in the field of nursing and health sciences. The journal is committed to advancing nursing knowledge, improving patient outcomes, and enhancing the quality of healthcare delivery.


 

DECODING AMBITIONS: A STUDY ON THE PERCEPTIONS AND CAREER INTENTIONS OF UNDERGRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS

Nursing, as defined by the American Nurses Association, encompasses the protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abilities, the prevention of illness and injury, the alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response, and advocacy in the care of individuals, families, communities, and populations. However, the nursing workforce in Nigeria has faced a significant challenge in recent years. According to a November 2022 report in the Punch newspaper, an

Jane Ngozi Esievo , David Olumide Afolayan

GROWING UP HEALTHY: A STUDY ON FEEDING PRACTICES AND NUTRITIONAL WELL-BEING IN DAYCARE-ATTENDING CHILDREN (6-23 MONTHS) IN KIRINYAGA COUNTY

Childhood nutritional status serves as a key indicator of overall well-being and health, with infant and young child feeding practices emerging as pivotal interventions for enhancing child health and nutrition, as highlighted by Muluye et al. (2020). This study delves into the intricate relationship between a child's nutritional status, influenced by food intake quantity and quality, and its profound impact on growth, development, and physical activity. The assessment of nutritional status

Beatrice Akinyi Otieno , Samuel Kiprono Macharia

NURTURING WELL-BEING: EXPLORING THE INTERPLAY OF SELF-COMPASSION, SELF-AFFIRMATION, AND DEPRESSION IN UNDERGRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS

The escalating demand for nurses in Japan, driven by factors such as the impact of new coronavirus infections and an aging population, has led to a surge in the number of nursing schools and universities. Despite a seemingly full university enrollment era attributed to a declining population under 18 years, the nursing workforce continues to expand, totaling approximately 1.27 million according to the Japan Nurses Association. However, the profession grapples with a persistent challenge – a

Yuki Saito , Akira Nakamura