Journal of Public Health, Nursing and Medical Rescue (JPHNMR) is an English-language scientific and educational quarterly covering the subject of Health Sciences.

Assuming that Health Sciences can be treated as a group of non-medical scientific disciplines, whose knowledge and research carried out within, contribute to the proper practice and development of nursing, medical rescue, obstetrics, physiotherapy and other related medical professions, the journal focuses on the improvement, promotion, protection and restoration of health of the population in the scope of development and proper practice of non-medical professions.

The JPHNMR publishes peer-reviewed articles, original research papers, case reports and editorial comments.

The journal is a forum for the exchange of views and presentation of the scientific achievements of the Polish and foreign scientific community operating in the field of health sciences.

Articles

Harassment as a pathological phenomenon

Andrzej Francik, Zbigniew Kopański, Irena Brukwicka, Stanisław Dyl, Franciszek Furmanik, Ariunzaya Batjargal

Prevention and prevention of harassment

Andrzej Francik, Zbigniew Kopański, Irena Brukwicka, Wojciech Uracz, Agnieszka Rozbicka, Ariunzaya Batjargal

Quality of life in chronic diseases, the role of the family

Barbara Bogusz, Monika Mazurek, Zbigniew Kopański, Irena Brukwicka, Grażyna Tomiak, Baigalmaa Urjin

Sick child and parental care

Barbara Bogusz, Monika Mazurek, Zbigniew Kopański, Irena Brukwicka, Małgorzata Chajneta, Baigalmaa Urjin

Paediatric parenteral nutrition

Barbara Bogusz, Zbigniew Kopański, Stanisław Dyl, Irena Brukwicka, Bożena Grygiel, Baigalmaa Urjin

Trying to assess the quality of life of families of parenterally fed children

Barbara Bogusz, Monika Mazurek, Zbigniew Kopański, Małgorzata Schlegel-Zawadzka, Irena Brukwicka, Baigalmaa Urjin

Illness perception in patients suffering from systemic lupus erythematosus

Iwona Repka, Anna Kieda, Grażyna Puto, Patrycja Zurzycka

The phenomenon of bullying in the working en-vironment of nursing staff - surveys

Andrzej Francik, Monika Mazurek, Zbigniew Kopański, Irena Brukwicka, Andriy Holyachenko, Ariunzaya Batjargal

Mirror therapy and phantom sensations - a case study

Wioleta Rosa, Maria Maj-Kowal, Magdalena Batkiewicz, Agnieszka Śliwka, Tomasz Włoch, Roman Nowobilski
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