Bulletin of Pioneering Researches of Medical and Clinical Science (BPRMCS) contributes to the advancement of evidence-based nursing, midwifery and healthcare by disseminating high quality research and scholarship of contemporary relevance and with potential to advance knowledge for practice, education, management or policy.
All Bulletin of Pioneering Researches of Medical and Clinical Science (BPRMCS) papers are required to have a sound scientific, evidential, theoretical or philosophical base and to be critical, questioning and scholarly in approach. As an international journal, BMCS promotes diversity of research and scholarship in terms of culture, paradigm and healthcare context. For BMCS’s worldwide readership, authors are expected to make clear the wider international relevance of their work and to demonstrate sensitivity to cultural considerations and differences.
The majority of papers in Bulletin of Pioneering Researches of Medical and Clinical Science (BPRMCS) are written by nurses and midwives but there are no constraints on authorship as long as papers fit with the expressed Aims and Scope.
Bulletin of Pioneering Researches of Medical and Clinical Science‘s intended readership includes practising nurses and midwives in all spheres and at all levels who are committed to advancing practice and professional development on the basis of new knowledge and evidence; managers and senior members of the nursing and midwifery professions; nurse educators and nursing students; and researchers in other disciplines with interest in common issues and inter-disciplinary collaboration. Papers published in BMCS are increasingly cited in reviews of evidence and used by other healthcare professionals, policy-makers, commissioners and users of services to inform their decision-making and practice
Bulletin of Pioneering Researches of Medical and Clinical Science (BPRMCS) publishes scientific articles relevant to global public health, from different countries and cultures, and assembles them into issues that raise awareness and understanding of public health problems and solutions. The Journal welcomes submissions of original research, critical and relevant reviews, methodological papers, and manuscripts that emphasize theoretical content. IJPH sometimes publishes commentaries and opinions. Special issues highlight key areas of current research. The Editorial Board's mission is to provide a thoughtful forum for contemporary issues and challenges in global public health