About the Journal

Bibliographic Information

Full Journal Title

Journal of Client-centered Nursing Care (JCCNC)
 ISSN   2476-4132
E- ISSN 2476-4132
Website http://jccnc.iums.ac.ir
Email jccncjournals.iums.ac.ir
Journal Disciplines

Involvement with clients' adherence to nursing care

Improving quality of nursing care and patient safety in all settings

Patient education and counseling

Collaboration with physicians and other health care providers in all settings

Current information on clinical topics


Nursing management & leadership
Language  English
Start Year  Winter 2015
Frequency Quarterly   
Type of Material Serial (Periodical)
Owner Organization & Publisher Iran University of Medical Sciences
Chairman & Editor-in-Chief Forough Rafii, PhD
Status Active 
Refereed  Double-blind Peer Review
Type of Access Open Access (OA) 
Full Text Available  PDF & HTML
Type of License CC-BY-NC
Plagiarism Detection Software iThenticate
Article Processing Charges Free of charge 
Principles of Publishing Ethics COPE’s Code of Conduct and Best Practices: COPE Member
Document Identifier Type DOI
About the Journal

Journal of Client-centered Nursing Care (JCCNC) is an international, peer-reviewed, and open-access online journal that aims to promote the nursing practice field through publishing the last evidence-based, peer-reviewed basic and clinical researches and provides an international platform for exchanging knowledge, research findings, and nursing practice experience. JCCNC has published to a wide readership that includes nurses in all spheres and at all levels who are committed to advance practice and professional development on the basis of new knowledge and evidence. JCCNC seeks to enrich insights into client needs and the implication for nursing intervention and models of nursing practice. JCCNC publishes 4 issues per year. 

 Contributions are welcomed from other health professions on issues that have a direct impact on nursing practice. 

Journal of Client-centered Nursing Care (JCCNC) publishes original high-quality research, reviews, editorial, and commentaries on all aspects of nursing and client care. Specific topics in the Journal include: 

• Improving the quality of client care and patient safety in all settings 

• Client/ patient education and counseling 

• Scientific collaboration with physicians and other health care providers in all settings 

• Ethics of care

• Nursing management, policy & leadership influencing client care


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