Journal of Nursing and Midwifery Sciences (JNMS) Reaches New Heights: Impact Factor Soars to 0.5 in JCR 2024

Last Update: 29 June, 2024 | 13:27

Journal of Nursing and Midwifery Sciences (JNMS) celebrates the impact factor rise to 0.5 in JCR 2024, marking a significant growth in nursing research influence.

We are thrilled to announce a significant milestone for the Journal of Nursing and Midwifery Sciences (JNMS) in the latest Journal Citation Reports (JCR) 2024 update.

JNMS has achieved an impact factor of 0.5, marking a remarkable advancement in its influence and recognition within the nursing and midwifery research community.


This achievement is not just a number – it's a testament to the dedication, hard work, and innovative spirit of our contributors, reviewers, and editorial team. It reflects the growing importance of the research published in JNMS and its impact on shaping the future of nursing and midwifery practices worldwide.

The journey to this milestone has been one of continuous improvement and unwavering commitment to excellence. Our impact factor of 0.5 places JNMS in a stronger position among peer-reviewed journals in the field, highlighting the increasing relevance and quality of the research we publish.

This update comes at a crucial time when the roles of nurses and midwives are evolving rapidly, especially in the wake of global health challenges. The research published in JNMS has been at the forefront of addressing these changes, providing evidence-based insights that directly influence patient care and health outcomes.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all our authors who have chosen JNMS as the platform to share their groundbreaking research. Your trust in our journal has been instrumental in achieving this milestone. We also thank our dedicated reviewers and editorial board members whose rigorous standards ensure the high quality of our publications.

As we celebrate this achievement, we remain committed to our mission of advancing nursing and midwifery sciences. We invite researchers, practitioners, and thought leaders in the field to continue this journey with us. Submit your cutting-edge research to JNMS and be part of a journal that's making a tangible impact in the world of healthcare.

The new impact factor of 0.5 is not just a reflection of our past achievements but a stepping stone towards even greater heights. We are excited about the future and the opportunity to further elevate the standard of nursing and midwifery research.

Thank you for your continued support and contributions.