Official Journal of the College of Nursing, University of Mosul

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University of Mosul-College of Nursing Mosul

Dear Readers,

As we look ahead to the future of healthcare, it becomes increasingly evident that the demand for nursing professionals will continue to grow significantly. The global healthcare landscape is evolving rapidly, with advancements in technology, an aging population, and complex healthcare needs driving the need for skilled and dedicated nursing professionals.

In the coming years, the labor market requirements for nursing are expected to expand across various healthcare sectors, including hospitals, clinics, long-term care facilities, community health settings, and telehealth services. The COVID-19 pandemic has further highlighted the crucial role that nurses play in delivering quality patient care, promoting health equity, and addressing public health challenges.

To meet the growing demand for nursing services, there is a need for strategic workforce planning, investment in nursing education and training programs, and the creation of supportive work environments that prioritize professional development, well-being, and job satisfaction. Collaboration between healthcare institutions, educational institutions, policymakers, and professional nursing organizations is essential to address the current and future needs of the nursing workforce.

At Mosul Journal of Nursing, we recognize the significance of these developments and are committed to publishing research and insights that contribute to advancing nursing practice, education, research, and policy. We encourage researchers, educators, practitioners, and policymakers to share their expertise and experiences to help shape the future of nursing and healthcare delivery.

Thank you for your continued support and contributions to our journal.

Prof.Dr.Radhwan H Ibrahim