Editor in Chief: Prof. (Dr.) Sunita Lawrence Principal, College of Nursing, Bhopal There have been tremendous worldwide developments and advancements in Medical Sciences, which have new vistas for people for people to receive the best possible life saving treatment. On the other hand, there are equally rapid developments in nursing discipline. These intervention, nursing research and theories and nursing education system. Indian Journal of Holistic Nursing aims at providing a forum for exchange of ideas, innovations, research outcomes and their implications, methodology, best practices in nursing and developments in the field of nursing and medical technologies. IJOHN has four secti.
INDIAN JOURNAL OF HOLISTIC NURSING, 2348-2133/-, started opeartions from India in year 2005, publish paper in Medicine (General) Quarterly.