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2022
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当我们都在朝着改善护理科学和加强我们的卫生保健系统的方向发展时,你拥有你所需要的知识是至关重要的。我们很荣幸能与一个非常受人尊敬的、尽职尽责的编辑委员会合作,我们也很感谢那些自愿担任客座编辑并为我们带来这些急需的知识的个人。

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Here at the Journal of Nursing Scholarship, we are always scanning the state of nursing science to determine what topics are most clinically relevant to nurses across the globe so we can make informed choices about what to publish. Of course, we are always interested in hearing from you directly about your interests and you can always let us know your thoughts at jns.stti.org. As part of our goals for the journal to be clinically relevant and to have a global reach, we meet with leaders from around the world (our editorial board) every few months and share information about most cited and most downloaded articles from past issues, so that we can brainstorm about what upcoming topics we should be addressing. Our goal as a journal is to disseminate knowledge to improve the health of the world's people, so we are always interested in determining what knowledge we should disseminate that will have the greatest impact on improving health globally.

As we scan developments in nursing knowledge, we are, of course, always identifying leading researchers who might have new knowledge to share that fills some of the gaps in our global knowledge base. We also think about global changes and identify special issues we would like to organize around these changes. For example, as I mentioned in an earlier editorial (Gennaro, 2022), we have a call for papers for a special issue on policy implications resulting from COVID-19 with two guest editors from Israel (Dr. Miriam Hirschfeld and Dr. Illya Kagan). Call for papers on COVID-19 Pandemic Lessons for Future Policy: what have we learnt? can be seen here. We also have calls for two other new special issues and I would like to share information about these special issues and why they are so important.

The call for manuscripts on a special issue on substance use and related conditions came about because of a global concern regarding mental health following COVID-19. Manuscripts are due August 1, 2022 for the special issue slated to be published in 2023. Click here to see the call for papers. As the guest editors of this special issue (Dr. Mercy Ngosa Mumba and Shakia Brantley both from the University of Alabama) say in the call for papers:

“The advent of COVID-19 exacerbated the already strained substance use and mental health treatment services, globally (Jemberie et al., 2020). Additionally, the COVID-19 pandemic accentuated health disparities that have long existed in prevention and treatment of substance use disorders (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration [SAMHSA], 2021). Consequently, there is a heightened need to explore the impact of social determinants of health and their role in promoting health equity among individuals with SUD.” Call for papers on Substance Use Disorders and Related Conditions can be seen here

We agree that, given the changes in all of our lives with COVID-19, the opioid epidemic, and concerns about mental health, this is an excellent time to examine the state of nursing science on substance use disorder. Substance use disorder is not a new concern for nurses but our commitment to disseminating new knowledge that might help to ameliorate the significant increase in suffering and deaths currently seen has been renewed. This is especially true as we look at currently existing health disparities and as we all work at fixing health systems, so greatly stressed during the pandemic, to decease these disparities.

The next special issue we have planned is on gender diversity and health, and call for papers can be seen here. Manuscripts for this special issue are due September 15, 2022 for an issue that will publish early in 2023. As the guest editors for this special issue (Dr. Kasey Jackman and Dr. Laura Kelly both from Columbia University in New York City, USA) say in the call for papers:

“Gender diverse people who have multiple minoritized identities experience the interlocking forces of societal oppression (transphobia, homophobia, racism, sexism, ableism, xenophobia, ageism, etc.) with deleterious effects on health and well-being. Access to health care that is gender affirming remains difficult for gender diverse people in most parts of the world. Exacerbating this lack of access to care is the fact that many training programs for nurses and other health-care professionals provide minimal or no instruction about caring for gender diverse people. In the face of multiple ongoing challenges, many gender diverse people develop coping skills; seek out social support, resources, and information from others in their community; and advocate for their needs. As the World Professional Association for Transgender Health is poised to release the updated version of the Standards of Care for transgender, nonbinary, and gender diverse people (version 8) in Spring 2022, this special issue of the Journal of Nursing Scholarship will showcase recent advances in the field. The special issue will emphasize the contribution that nurses and others are making to this impactful and expanding area of research.”

We also agree that care for gender diverse people is an area where more knowledge needs to be disseminated to decrease disparities and optimize health care globally. We are excited to be able to provide information that is so critically needed in an area where to this point so little attention has been paid.

We hope that these special issues will be helpful to you, and we urge you to watch for them toward the end of 2022 and early in 2023. We also hope that if you are doing research in any of these areas that you will think about submitting your important work.

As we all move toward improving nursing science and strengthening our health-care systems, it is vital that you have the knowledge you need. We are proud to be working with a very esteemed and committed editorial board and we are grateful to the individuals who have volunteered to be guest editors and bring us this much needed knowledge. As we continue to try to foresee what knowledge you need that is both clinically relevant and globally applicable, please do feel free to share with us your thoughts. Health care globally has been taxed by the COVID-19 pandemic. As we hope that we are moving toward a post-pandemic state, we want to ensure that we are providing cutting-edge information to help strengthen health care around the world. Thank you for your part in making this happen.

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在《护理学术期刊》,我们一直在扫描护理科学的现状,以确定哪些主题与全球护士的临床工作最相关,这样我们就可以对发表的内容做出明智的选择。当然,我们总是希望直接听到您的兴趣,您可以随时在jns.stti.org上让我们了解您的想法。我们的目标是使杂志具有临床相关性和全球影响力,因此我们每隔几个月与来自世界各地的领导人(我们的编辑委员会)会面,分享过去几期中被引用和下载最多的文章的信息,这样我们就可以集思广益,讨论我们应该处理哪些即将到来的主题。作为一本杂志,我们的目标是传播知识,改善世界人民的健康,所以我们总是想确定我们应该传播哪些知识,对改善全球的健康有最大的影响。

当我们扫描护理知识的发展时,当然,我们总是在识别领先的研究人员,他们可能有新的知识可以分享,填补我们全球知识库中的一些空白。我们还思考全球变化,并确定我们希望围绕这些变化组织的特别议题。例如,正如我在之前的一篇社论中提到的(Gennaro,2022),我们正在征集关于COVID-19产生的政策影响的特刊的论文,两位特邀编辑来自以色列(Miriam Hirschfeld博士和Illya Kagan博士)。关于COVID-19大流行对未来政策的启示:我们学到了什么?的论文征集可以在这里看到。我们还征集了另外两个新的特刊,我想与大家分享关于这些特刊的信息以及为什么它们如此重要。

关于物质使用和相关情况的特刊征稿是由于COVID-19之后全球对心理健康的关注。稿件截止日期为2022年8月1日,特刊预计将于2023年出版。点击这里查看论文征集。正如该特刊的特邀编辑(Mercy Ngosa Mumba博士和Shakia Brantley都来自阿拉巴马大学)在论文征集中所说。

"COVID-19的出现加剧了全球范围内已经紧张的物质使用和精神健康治疗服务(Jemberie等人,2020)。此外,COVID-19的流行加剧了在预防和治疗物质使用障碍方面长期存在的健康差异(物质滥用和精神健康服务管理局[SAMHSA],2021)。因此,更有必要探讨健康的社会决定因素的影响,以及它们在促进SUD患者的健康平等方面的作用。" 关于物质使用障碍和相关疾病的论文征集可以在这里看到

我们同意,鉴于COVID-19、阿片类药物的流行以及对心理健康的关注,我们所有人的生活都发生了变化,现在是研究物质使用障碍的护理科学状况的绝佳时机。物质使用障碍对护士来说并不是一个新的问题,但我们已经重新承诺传播可能有助于改善目前看到的痛苦和死亡的显著增加的新知识。当我们审视目前存在的健康差异时,当我们都在努力修复在大流行期间受到极大压力的卫生系统以减少这些差异时,这一点尤其真实。

我们计划的下一个特刊是关于性别多样性和健康的,征集论文可以在这里看到。该特刊的稿件截止日期为2022年9月15日,将于2023年初出版。正如该特刊的特邀编辑(Kasey Jackman博士和Laura Kelly博士都来自美国纽约市的哥伦比亚大学)在论文征集中所说。

"具有多种少数人身份的不同性别的人经历了社会压迫的连锁力量(变性恐惧症、同性恋恐惧症、种族主义、性别歧视、能力歧视、仇外心理、年龄歧视等),对健康和福祉产生有害影响。在世界大部分地区,不同性别的人仍然很难获得性别肯定的医疗保健。许多护士和其他卫生保健专业人员的培训课程很少或根本没有提供关于照顾不同性别的人的指导,这加剧了这种缺乏护理的情况。面对多种持续的挑战,许多性别不同的人发展了应对技能;从社区中的其他人那里寻求社会支持、资源和信息;并为他们的需求辩护。由于世界变性健康专业协会准备在2022年春季发布《变性人、非二元人和性别多样化者护理标准》的更新版本(第8版),本期《护理学术杂志》特刊将展示该领域的最新进展。该特刊将强调护士和其他人对这一有影响的、不断扩大的研究领域做出的贡献"。

我们也同意,对不同性别人群的护理是一个需要传播更多知识的领域,以减少全球范围内的差异并优化医疗保健。我们很高兴能够提供这个领域所急需的信息,因为到目前为止,这个领域所受到的关注是如此之少。

我们希望这些特刊能对您有所帮助,我们敦促您在2022年底和2023年初关注这些特刊。我们也希望,如果您正在这些领域进行研究,请您考虑提交您的重要工作。

当我们都在朝着改善护理科学和加强我们的卫生保健系统的方向发展时,你拥有你所需要的知识是至关重要的。我们很荣幸能与一个非常受人尊敬的、尽职尽责的编辑委员会合作,我们也很感谢那些自愿担任客座编辑并为我们带来这些急需的知识的个人。当我们继续努力预见你所需要的既与临床相关又适用于全球的知识时,请随时与我们分享你的想法。全球的医疗保健已经被COVID-19大流行病所困扰。当我们希望我们正朝着大流行后的状态发展时,我们希望确保我们提供最先进的信息,以帮助加强世界各地的卫生保健。感谢你为实现这一目标所做的努力。


 


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