Pediatrics and Neonatal Nursing

Open journal

ISSN 2377-1569

Special Editions

Pediatrics and Neonatal Nursing – Open Journal (PNNOJ) is a peer-reviewed open journal that aims to be a current source of new knowledge, research, and current developments in academic and private practice settings in the field of paediatrics and neonatal nursing.

The journal covers all aspects of health care from infancy to adolescence. The ever-changing and challenging patterns of health care, diagnosis, and management of diseases affecting young children, as well as their general well-being and quality of life, are emphasised and directed.

Through its open journal format, Openventio’s primary goal is to disseminate the broadest range of knowledge as a supplement and complement to existing fields of knowledge.

editor-in-chief

John E. Nathan, MDS, DDS

Department of Otolaryngology/Dentistry, Northwestern University Feinberg

Associate editors

William J. Keenan, MD

Department of Pediatrics & OB/GYN, Saint Louis University

editors

Kaaren G. Vargas, DDS, PhD

Corridor Kids Pediatric Dentistry

Qiwei Yang, PhD

Department of OB/GYN , Georgia Regents University

Jennifer L. Stapel-Wax, PsyD

Department of Pediatrics, Emory University

Hala Mohamed Assem, MD

Department of Pediatrics, Beirut Arab University

Khatijah A. alias Lim Geok Khim, PhD

Department of Nursing Science, University of Malaya

Chip Zimmerman, MSM, RRT-NPS

Georgia State University

Teresa C. Twomey, EdD, RN

Quinnipiac University

Ann H. Crawford, PhD

Department of Nursing, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (UMHB)

Vasanth H. S. Kumar, MD

Department of Pediatrics

Pradip P. Kamat, MD, MBA

Department of Pediatrics, Emory University

Cecilia Di Pentima, MD, MPH

Department of Pediatrics, Vanderbilt University

(Keith) Chee Yee Ooi, MBBS, PhD

Sydney Childrens Hospital

Patricia Bowyer, OTR, EdD, MS, FAOTA

Department of Occupational Therapy, Texas Womans University

Andreas M. Fette, MD

University of Pécs

Naeem Mahfooz, MD

University at Buffalo

reviewers

Aakash Pandita, MD

Hospitals and Health Care, India

Julie K. Kuzin, MSN, APRN, CPNP-AC/PC

Texas Children’s Hospital, USA

Summit Shah, MD

Nationwide Children’s Hospital, USA

Rumishael Shoo, PhD

Afya Development Africa, Tanzania

Roberto Maniglio, PhD

Mercatorum University, Italy

Kumar Senthil, MBBS, MD, DNB

Kovai Medical Center and Hospitals, India

Seethal A. Jacob, MD, MS, MS, FAAP

Indiana University, USA

Anne Jamaludin, PhD

HELP University, Malaysia

Antonio V. Sellán, MD

Nebrija University, Spain

Eszter Volgyi, PhD

University of Tennessee Health Science Center, USA

Mumin Hakim, MBBS

 Nationwide Children’s Hospital, USA

Thomas Smith, MD

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, USA

Jane R. Hull, MD

Mary Washington Health Alliance, USA

Sultan Kav, PhD

Baskent University, Turkey

Shih-Hao Wang, MD

University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, USA

Dawn Langley-Brady, PhD

Augusta University, USA

Sandeep Chilakala, MD

Methodist Hospitals of Memphis, USA

Shyam K. Sathanandam, MD

The University of Tennessee, USA

Zachary A. Vesoulis, MD

Washington University, USA

Syed M. Ali, MD, DCH, DNB, DCH

Aligarh Muslim University, India

Dena Goldberg, PhD, RD

Carilion Clinic Children’s Hospital, USA

Ehab Dayyat, MD

The University of Tennessee, USA

Feedback Corner

Huntington Beach - PNNOJ

5/5

The process for publication submission and peer review was seamless and professional with Openventio Publishers. Communication was easy and responses were quick. I will definitely work with this publisher in the future. My rating is a 5 for an overall great experience.

Mayo Clinic - PNNOJ

5/5

It was a pleasure publishing our manuscript in the Journal of Pediatrics and Neonatal Nursing. The editorial staff was friendly, responsive, and efficient. They completed editorial appraisal and secured thorough peer reviewers for our manuscript in less than a month. Moreover, the editorial staff processed our responses to the reviewers within a week. The editors provided us with a well-structured proof of our final manuscript before publication. The overall process was seamless!

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Johns Hopkins School of Medicine - PNNOJ

5/5

The journal facilitated a thoughtful, but expeditious peer-review process for the manuscript. After acceptance, we were presented with a well-constructed proof for final publication. Communication with the journal throughout the process was excellent.

University of Buea - PNNOJ

5/5

I have had an amazing experience publishing my articles in the Journal of Pediatrics and Neonatal Nursing (PNNOJ). Their peer-review process is rigorous and fast, and the staff is very friendly patient, and understanding. In addition, to the good working relationship during the peer review process, much consideration in terms of publication charge is given to authors from resource-poor settings. I strongly recommend colleagues publish their articles in PNNOJ.

Hospital Nacional de Pediatría Prof. Dr. Juan P. Garrahan - PNNOJ

5/5

We are very happy to be allowed to publish our research in such a prestigious Journal. The editorial process is fast and friendly, and the reviewers suggestions help to improve the paper.

University of Alabama - PNNOJ

5/5

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.

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The State University of New York – PNNOJ

5/5

The reviews to be done by persons in the field. Pediatrics manuscripts by pediatricians, then they know what the review is and can make appropriate suggestions. This would be helpful. The manuscript was reviewed promptly. The experience was good.

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