Nursing English Nexus
Nursing English Nexus is the online journal of the Japan Association for Nursing English Teaching. It is an open access, peer-reviewed, biannual publication for those interested in English language education for Japanese nursing students and practicing nurses.
Nursing English Nexus is published in April and October. The deadline for submissions is February 28 and August 31. To ensure the publication's quality, submissions are collaboratively reviewed by the editor and members of the review board, who work with the author to revise the submission before publication.
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All articles contained in Nursing English Nexus © 2017-2021 by their respective authors.
Published in Koga, Fukuoka, Japan.
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Volume 5, Issue 2, October 2021
斎藤隆枝 — 斎藤隆枝 (Takae Saito)
Nursing Competencies: Adopting Plain Japanese in Patient Care — Naoko Hara
Embedding Nursing English Education in a Global Nursing Curriculum — Lourdes Rosario Herrera Cadillo & Emiko Suzui
Volume 5, Issue 1, April 2021
Standing in the shoes of Japanese nursing students during the COVID-19 pandemic — Sufian Elfandi & Francesco Bolstad
Nursing workplace culture: Where have all the young nurses gone? Three case studies — Margaret Chang
Cognitive and metacognitive awareness prompts as core components of a new English language curriculum for nursing students in Japan: a model — David Casenove
The top ten: A helpful course-final assignment — Michael Guest
Volume 4, Issue 1, October 2020
Nursing English Teacher Reflections on Some of the Novel Challenges Presented by the Novel Coronavirus — Paul Mathieson, Sufian Elfandi, Rima Ghashut, Melissa Hamilton, Claire Murray, & Francesco Bolstad
My Struggles as a Nursing Student During the Coronavirus Pandemic — Sayaka Nagai
My Nursing English Story: Initial Impressions of Teaching Online — Donald Patterson
My Experience as a First-time Nursing English Teacher During COVID-19 — Noriko Suzuki, MSN, RN
Nursing and Social Work Students’ Effort Levels, Attitudes, Motivations, and Test Scores in Studying English — Donald Patterson
Corpus Analysis for Lexis-Usage in Global Nursing Discourse —
「私の科研」：医療福祉系大学におけるEMI（英語を媒介とする授業）実施状況調査 — 斎藤隆枝 Takae Saito
Research Study for Making a Glossary of Nursing Loanwords —