ISSN Print: 000000000
ISSN Online: 000000000 Impact Factor 2023
(Based on Google scholar citation)

About the Journal

i-manager's Journal on Geriatric Nursing serves as a valuable resource for healthcare professionals, researchers, and educators, offering a platform for the exchange of cutting-edge knowledge, evidence-based practices, and innovative strategies in Geriatric Nursing. The Journal delves into a diverse range of topics, including but not limited to Holistic Patient Care, Gerontological Assessment, Management of Chronic Conditions, Ethical Considerations in Eldercare, and Advancements in Gerontological Research. With a commitment to promoting high-quality care for older adults, the Journal of Geriatric Nursing plays a pivotal role in shaping the future of geriatric nursing practice by fostering collaboration, disseminating crucial information, and facilitating a continuous dialogue within the healthcare community.

Journal Particulars
Title i-manager's Journal of Geriatric Nursing (JGN)
Frequency Tri-annual
ISSN Currently applying for Online ISSN
Publisher i-manager Publications
Chief Editor

Copyright i-manager Publications
Starting Year 2024
Subject Nursing
Language English
Publication Format Online
Phone No 04652-231675
Email Id
Mobile No 8589005850
Address i-manager Publications, 3/343, Hill View, Town Railway Nagar, Nagercoil - 629001, TamilNadu.

Aims and Scope

i-manager's Journal on Geriatric Nursing is dedicated to advancing the knowledge and practice of nursing care for the elderly population. The journal aims to provide a platform for researchers, clinicians, educators, and policymakers to share insights, innovations, and evidence-based practices in the field of geriatric nursing. The scope of the journal encompasses a wide range of topics related to the health and well-being of older adults, with a focus on nursing care and interventions. The Journal aims to contribute to the advancement of geriatric nursing practice by providing a comprehensive and dynamic platform for scholarly discourse, research dissemination, and knowledge exchange. It is committed to promoting excellence in care for older adults and supporting the professional growth of geriatric nurses worldwide.

Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement

We follow stringent publication ethics, and plagiarized papers are not published, and are withdrawn at any stage of the publishing process. Plagiarism is not limited to the Results and Discussion sections; it can involve any part of the manuscript, including figures and tables, in which material is copied from another publication without attestation, reference, or permission.

Publication Ethics & Peer Review Policy

i-manager Publications follow transparent policies right from paper submission to publication through various well defined and time tested processes.

The publisher follows a ‘No Publishing Fee’ policy.

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Review Procedure

The Journal follows a double blind peer-review process. The submitted articles / research papers are reviewed by Professors/Educators in the field of Nursing.

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Overall Topics Covered

  • Importance of Geriatric Nursing

  • Medication Management for Older Adults

  • Falls Prevention Strategies for Geriatric Patients

  • Cognitive Assessment in Geriatric Nursing

  • Nutritional Needs of Older Adults

  • Palliative Care in Geriatric Nursing

  • Role of Geriatric Nurses

  • Addressing Sleep Issues in the Elderly

  • Skin Care for Aging Populations

  • Managing Chronic Pain in Geriatric Patients

  • Assistive Devices for Older Adults

  • Communication Strategies with Elderly Patients

  • Geriatric Nursing in Home Health Settings

  • Social Isolation in Older Adults

  • Sleep Disorders in Older Adults

  • Dementia Care in Geriatric Nursing

  • Elder Abuse Prevention

  • Health Promotion in the Elderly

  • Gerontological Assessment Tools

  • Mobility and Exercise for Older Adults

  • Continence Management in Geriatric Nursing

  • Sensory Impairments in the Elderly

  • Integrating Technology in Geriatric Care

  • Cultural Competence in Geriatric Nursing

  • Supporting Families of Older Adults

  • Role of Geriatric Nurses in Rehabilitation

  • Managing Polypharmacy in the Elderly

  • Advocacy for Aging Populations

  • Mental Health for Elderly

  • Anxiety in Older Adults

  • Cognitive Disorders