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 January 15 and July 15. 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.
Design and layout copyright © 2017-2021 Nursing English Nexus.
All articles contained in Nursing English Nexus © 2017-2021 by their respective authors.
Published in Koga, Fukuoka, Japan.
We welcome anyone with an interest in any aspect of nursing English education to submit an article – in English and/or Japanese – in one of the following formats:
Research articles (between 3000-4000 words)
Reports (up to 2000 words)
Introduction of current research projects (up to 1500 words)
Discussion / observations / polemics / opinions (up to 1500 words)
Short summaries or reviews of books or articles (up to 1500 words)
Interviews with nursing educators (up to 1500 words)
Reviews of nursing English materials and / or technologies (up to 1500 words)
Short, practical teaching tips (up to 1000 words)
Submissions can be sent to the editors at email@example.com.
ディスカッション / オブザベーション/ ポレミック/オピニオン （2000字以内）
Nursing English Nexus is made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. Authors retain the right to share their article as is for personal use, internal institutional use and scholarly purposes. English Nursing Nexus and the articles within may be used by third parties for research, teaching, and private study purposes. Please contact the author for permission to re-print elsewhere.
Volume 6, Issue 1, April 2022
Twenty Years of Teaching Nursing English – What Stands Out?
— Mike Guest
Implementation and Evaluation of an English-Language Basic Life Support Training Workshop for Japanese Nursing and Medical Students — Sufian Elfandi, Rima Ghashut, & Francesco Bolstad
Fluency First in Practical Nursing English Course Design and Development — Margaret Chang
Independent Work for Nursing Students in English for Medical Purposes Classes: The Voronezh Medical University Experience — Anna O. Stebletsova & Irina I. Torubarova
Review of Caring for People, by Michiko Mayuzumi, Tamiko Miyatsu, Philip Hinder, Kyoka Shida, Masako Sugita, Iwao Yamashita, & Takao Okada — Donald Patterson
Review of English Conversation for Nurses, by E. H. Jego — Richard O’Shea