TMR Integrative Nursing is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal sponsored by TMR publishing group. It has been included in DOAJ, ScienceOpen, Ingenta Connect, China Science and Technology Journal Database (CSTJ), and Google Scholar. The journal publishes peer-reviewed original articles including reviews, commentaries, clinical and basic research, case report, conference announcement and letters to the editor about the integrative nursing research. TMR Integrative Nursing particularly welcomes integrative nursing literature research, clinical application innovation of integrative nursing, characteristics of nursing after traditional medicine treatment, and studies that aim to evaluate and compare health care between traditional and modern nursing. It seeks to promote international communication focusing on the latest developments, trends, experiences and achievements on integrative nursing in clinical practice and scientific research.
All articles published by TMR Integrative Nursing are made freely and permanently accessible online immediately upon publication, without subscription charges or registration barriers.
TMR Integrative Nursing offers authors the benefits of:
A truly global readership
Highly efficient editorial processes: average time from submission to first decision of 2-4 weeks
Rapid initial screening for suitability and editorial interest
Excellent peer reviewers drawn from a range of health service research disciplines
Final online publication as soon as 2 weeks post-acceptance.
Peer review policy
TMRIN follows a double blind peer review process, to ensure impartial editorial decision-making. All submissions to TMR Integrative Nursing are assessed by an Editor, who will decide whether they are suitable for peer review. If an editor is on the author list or has any other competing interest regarding a specific manuscript, another member of the Editorial Board will be assigned to assume responsibility for overseeing peer review. Submissions felt to be suitable for consideration will be sent for peer review by appropriate independent experts. Editors will make a decision based on the reviewers’ reports and authors are sent these reports along with the editorial decision on their manuscript. Authors should note that even in light of one positive report, concerns raised by another reviewer may fundamentally undermine the study and result in the manuscript being rejected.
Authors may suggest potential reviewers if they wish; However, whether or not to consider these reviewers is at the Editor's discretion. Authors should not suggest recent collaborators or colleagues who work in the same institution as themselves. Authors who wish to suggest peer reviewers can do so in the cover letter and should provide institutional email addresses where possible, or information which will help the editor to verify the identity of the reviewer. Authors may request exclusion of individuals as peer reviewers, but they should explain the reasons in their cover letter on submission. Authors should not exclude too many individuals as this may hinder the peer review process. Please note that the editor may choose to invite excluded peer reviewers. Intentionally falsifying information, for example, suggesting reviewers with a false name or email address, will result in rejection of the manuscript and may lead to further investigation in line with our misconduct policy. Reviewers are therefore required to respect the confidentiality of the peer review process and not reveal any details of a manuscript or its review, during or after the peer-review process, beyond the information released by the journal. If reviewers wish to involve a colleague in the review process, they should first obtain permission from the journal. The editor should be informed of the names of any individuals who assisted in the review process when the report is returned.
Reviewers are therefore required to respect the confidentiality of the peer review process and not reveal any details of a manuscript or its review, during or after the peer-review process, beyond the information released by the journal. If reviewers wish to involve a colleague in the review process they should first obtain permission from the journal. The editor should be informed of the names of any individuals who assisted in the review process when the report is returned.