“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.” (Marie Curie)

infermieristica journal (ij) is an international peer-reviewed scientific journal that promotes the development and exchange of knowledge relevant to nursing research and practice. ij supports evidence-based clinical practice, encourages, and promotes critical debate about the art and science of nursing. The journal particularly welcomes studies that aim to evaluate and understand complex health care interventions and health policies, and which employ the most rigorous designs and methods appropriate for the research question of interest. The journal also seeks to advance the quality of research by publishing methodological papers introducing or elaborating on analytic techniques, measures, and research methods. The journal publishes original peer-reviewed articles of interest to the international health care community.

infermieristica journal (ij) was born from the necessity to promote a scientific and popular path, different from all that is currently present in the Italian panorama, with the intention of feeding nursing science in an original and identifying way and at the same time to open its doors to young researchers. infermieristica journal publishes articles of professional interest covering all topics of nursing science. The aim of the journal is to promote excellence, improve clinical practice and encourage debate about patient care and nursing.

infermieristica journal (ij) is an open access journal available to everyone, free and independent. It is in English language. It is possible to order a printed version of the journal in a limited edition, a project financed directly by readers through a crowfunding campaign. With these contributions we support the production costs and we fund scientific and divulgative projects. The journal is published by the editorial group "infermieristica Editore” in collaboration with Firenze University Press, publisher of the University of Florence. The editorial policies of ij include:

infermieristica journal (ij) was born from an international team of nurses from different areas of the nursing profession. Its international outlook provides an appropriate space for the diffusion and exchange of research outcomes, experiences, and ideas. ij supports the interdisciplinary interaction of specialists in different health care areas, which is essential for a better understanding of different settings. The nursing journal audience consists in nurses, educators, administrators, and researchers in all areas of nursing and care sciences.

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Current IssueVol 2, No 2 (2023): infermieristica journal: with you, not aganist

Published August 2, 2023

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infermieristica journal (ij) is a peer-reviewed international scientific journal, promoting the development and exchange of knowledge relevant to nursing research and practice. ij supports Evidence Based Clinical Practice (EBP), encourages and promotes critical debate on nursing art and science. The journal particularly welcomes studies that aim to evaluate and understand complex health interventions and health policies, employing rigorous study designs and methods appropriate to the research question. Furthermore, the journal also undertakes to make a contribution to the development of research, also through methodological articles, on analytical techniques and measurements. The journal publishes original, English-language, peer-reviewed articles of interest to the internatio... More


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Control of mother-to-child transmission of Chagas disease: the Tuscany Region model
Anna Barbiero, Martina Mazzi, Antonia Mantella, Michele Salvatore Trotta, Gian Maria Rossolini, Alberto Antonelli, Patrizia Bordonaro, Maria Grazia Colao, Anna Rosa Speciale, Tullio Di Benedetto, Mariarosaria Di Tommaso, Elisabetta Mantengoli, Felice Petraglia, Luisa Galli, Marco Pezzati, Carlo Dani, Maria José Caldés Pinilla, Cecilia Berni, Bassam Dannaoui, Pedro Albajar Vinas, Alessandro Bartoloni, Lorenzo Zammarchi
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