Nursing and Midwifery Studies (eISSN: 2322-1674) is an international, peer-reviewed, quarterly (4 issues per year), open access journal that seeks to promote the development and exchange of knowledge that is directly relevant to all spheres of nursing and midwifery practice. Nursing and Midwifery Studies is essential reading for anyone involved in nursing and midwifery practice, whether clinicians, researchers, educators, managers, policy makers, or students.

The journal considers articles from all nursing and midwifery specialties including nursing and midwifery practice, education and management, community health nursing and midwifery, geriatric and pediatrics nursing, emergency, anaesthetic, midwife nursing, psychiatric nursing, women and reproductive health, ethics in nursing and midwifery, and other related topics. 

Dear highly respected audience,

We're excited to share a significant milestone with you all. The annual release of Clarivate’s Journal Citation Report (JCR) revealed that Nursing and Midwifery Studies (eISSN: 2322-1674) has been awarded its first Impact Factor (IF). This is a noteworthy achievement for our community, and we are proud to share it with you.

The 2022 two-year IF is 0.8

We celebrate this achievement, and encourage you to continue with us.

Editor in Chief


Current Issue: Volume 13, Issue 1, February 2024 

The effects of a mindfulness training intervention on fatigue and job satisfaction among emergency nurses: A quasi-experimental study

Pages 9-17


Alaa Jawad Kadhim; Naderh Mohammadi; Zahra Hezbiyan; Mohammad Abasinia; Reza Norouzadeh; Mohsen Taghadosi; Bahman Aghaie

The effect of topical herbal lipogel containing extracts of Ziziphus jujube and Echium amoenum on pruritus in hemodialysis patients: A double-blind randomized placebo trial

Pages 18-25


Azam Faraji; Masoumeh Bagheri-Nesami; Mohammad Azadbakht; Noureddin Mousavi Nasab; Fatemeh Espahbodi; Hossein Asgari Rad; Shervin Amirkhanloo

The effects of self-administered acupressure on fasting blood sugar, glycosylated hemoglobin, and anxiety levels in prediabetic women

Pages 26-32


Sahar Haghighat; Zahra Kashi; Fahimeh Ghasemi Charati; Mahmood Moosazadeh; Nadali Esmaeili-Ahangarkelai; Mahsa Kamali; Masoumeh Bagheri-Nesami

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