Title: Health & Caring
Health & Caring is a peer-reviewed, scholarly, open access journal that publishes papers in areas relevant to non-medical health professions, particularly in the areas of clinical practice, education, and management. The journal creates a space for expanding the potential of non-medical health professions and for collaboration between these professions and with other related disciplines (e.g. medicine, sociology, bioethics, etc.). The journal accepts original, unpublished research papers that are characterized by timeliness and relevance of content.
Published: 2 times a year
Distribution: online - open access (all content is free to the user)
Fees: Articles are published free of charge. All published articles are available for free on the journal's website.
Publisher: This is a professional and scientific journal of the Faculty of Health Studies of the University of Pardubice, the Department of Nursing of the Jessenius Faculty of Medicine in Martin, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia, and the Faculty of Health Studies of the Jan Evangelista Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem.
Aims and Scope:
The aim of the journal is to deepen the knowledge of readers and to disseminate new knowledge and results of medical research in non-medical health professions, especially in the areas of
- clinical practice,
- medical and health care ethics,
that are evidence-based.
Focus: all activities and competencies of the non-medical health professions
The journal is intended for: nursing, midwifery, and other non-medical health professions in any job role
Copyright and licencing
The authors retain the copyright of the article; however, the authors grant the publisher the right to publish their manuscript. The content of the journal is available under a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-4.0) licence which allows distribution, reproduction, and modification as long as the original work is properly credited. No distribution, reproduction or modification is permitted that does not comply with the terms of the license.