Official Journal of the College of Nursing, University of Mosul

The Mosul Journal of Nursing (MJN) is Iraq's leading and only widely read journal serving a diverse readership. Published by the College of Nursing at the University of Mosul-Iraq, MJN is a rigorously reviewed publication catering to professionals dedicated to exploring, comprehending, and disseminating nursing knowledge with a strong scientific, theoretical, or philosophical foundation. The journal aims to elevate research quality by showcasing original work on healthcare delivery, organization, management, workforce, policy, and research methodologies pertinent to nursing, midwifery, and allied health professions.

MJN advocates for international initiatives that enhance the reliability and value of healthcare research literature. Its primary objective is to enrich the nursing knowledge base and enhance patient safety by developing and disseminating fundamental nursing practice concepts through nursing diagnoses, standardized nursing languages, and their clinical applications. MJN welcomes papers that significantly contribute to global nursing knowledge, including concept analyses, original research, literature reviews, historical perspectives, clinical case studies, and challenges, as well as education, informatics, and policy initiatives that advance international understanding and development of nursing as both a profession and academic discipline.

MJN's mission is to uphold excellence in nursing for the benefit of the healthcare community and the public. It is an open-access, double-blind peer-reviewed Semiannual journal published in January and July.