Recently Published Issues
"It has been my privilege to serve on the editorial board and as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Pediatrics and Neonatal Nursing since early 2015. This experience has been facilitated and enhanced in large part by its effective support staff and diligent efforts of my colleagues serving the editorial board. Special thanks to Kathy Flora, an editorial assistant from Openventio Publishers and her support staff. Their contributions to the flow of information and publication process have been instrumental in the development and growth of the journal and the quality of its manuscripts. As such, I look forward to a long-standing relationship."
Recently Published Articles
Challenges Facing Pediatric Dentistry Diplomates and the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry: Setting the Bar for Minimal Competency vs. Excellence
Trends of Pediatric Injuries Amongst 5-Year-Olds Presented in the Emergency Department: A Retrospective Cross-Sectional Study
The Appropriateness (or lack thereof) of Physical Restraints for Managing Challenging Pediatric Dental Behavior
Factors and Costs Associated With the Use of Registered Nurse Overtime in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Perceived Social Support, Parental Notification, and Parental Engagement after Pelvic Inflammatory Disease among Urban Adolescent and Young Adults
Assessing the Evidence: Student Response System Versus Computer Based Testing for Undertaking Multiple Choice Question Assessment in Undergraduate Nursing Education
Umbilical Cord Care After the First Day From Birth: A Case Control Study in a Northeastern Italian Hospital
Estimation of Zinc Levels in Children With Lower Respiratory Tract Infections: A Prospective Observational Study from India
Enhancing Child Health and Welfare Following Disasters and Public Health Emergencies in Schools and University Health Centers
Reflexion about Pediatrics, Anesthesia and Education in Pediatric Anesthesia in Colombia and South America
Pediatricians and Pediatric Nurses in the Delivery of Culturally Competent Care: A Scoping Literature Review to Investigate Progress and Issues around Culturally Diverse Care in Pediatrics 2002
Are We All Talking about the Same Thing? Heterogeneity and Nomenclature in Description of Natural Health Products
About the Journal
Pediatrics and Neonatal Nursing – Open Journal (PNNOJ) is a peer-reviewed open journal which seeks to serve as a contemporary source for new knowledge, research and current developments in both academic and private practice settings in the field of pediatrics and neonatal nursing.
The journal focuses on all aspects of health care for the neonate through adolescence. Emphasis and direction is given to the ever changing and challenging patterns of health care, diagnosis and management of diseases affecting the young children and their general well-being and quality of life.
Openventio has as its primary aim the dissemination of the broadest range of knowledge as both supplement and compliment to existing fields of knowledge by virtue of its Open Journal format.
Aims and Scope
Pediatrics and Neonatal Nursing – Open Journal (PNNOJ) is dedicated to the open dissemination of knowledge in the area of pediatrics and its related fields.
PNNOJ covers a wide array of subjects as given below:
- Pediatric neurology
- Pediatric respiratory sciences
- Childhood behavior
- Pediatric epilepsy
- Asthma in infants
- Psychology and psychiatry in adolescents
- Neonatal and pediatric anesthesiology
- Pediatric cancer biology
- Pediatric pancreatitis
- Low birth weight infants
Submission of manuscripts for this journal from basic levels through complex and more advanced categories of care are considered acceptable and desirable.
The audience of PNNOJ includes pediatricians, neonatologists, neonatal and pediatric nursing practitioners, staff and researchers, pediatric intensive care, all subspecialties of pediatrics, general physicians, pediatric and general dentists, surgeons, private practitioners, health care students and providers.
The journal welcomes all types of articles such as original research, literature reviews, case reports, position papers, editorials, short communications, book reviews, opinion and commentary, letters to the editor, conference proceedings, technical reports and illustrations, etc.
We are open to receive comments, or any corrections from experts with the express purpose of to improving the quality of the journal.