Journal of the National Black Nurses Association
The Journal of the National Black Nurses Association (JNBNA) is an official publication of the National Black Nurses Association. The purpose of the journal is to provide a forum for critical discussion of relevant issues related to and health care in Black communities including educational, social, economic, and legislative topics; to be a vehicle for the exchange of scholarly works of Black nurses; and to disseminate knowledge about critical practice, research, education, and health care management which affect the Black community. JNBNA contains peer refereed health research based articles.
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1 Guidelines for Authors
2 NBNA Guidelines for Authors
3 Editor of the Journal
4 Editorial Board