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Annals of Nursing and Practice is an international, open access, peer reviewed journal that brings about most recent research happenings in all the related fields of nursing and its clinical practice. The journal is mainly paying attention upon the health care that includes care of patients, individuals, families, and communities to maintain, or recover best possible health and quality of life. It also highlights the new approaches and strategic programs developed to promote health, prevention of illness, and the care of ill, disabled and suffering people.
Aporia is dedicated to scholarly debates in nursing and the health sciences. The journal is committed to a pluralistic view of science and to the blurring of boundaries between disciplines. Aporia encourages the use of a wide range of epistemologies, philosophies, theoretical perspectives and research methodologies. In the critical analyses of health-related matters, Aporia advocates and embraces a wide range of epistemologies, philosophies and theories including but not limited to: cultural studies, feminism(s), neo-marxism, postmodernism, poststructuralism, postcolonialism and queer studies.