DENOSA’s research journal, Curationis, has been selected for Hall of Fame by the International Academy of Nursing Editors (INANE) this year because of its great impact in generating a body of knowledge in the nursing profession.
The journal is the oldest nursing research platform in Africa. This year, the journal is 50 years old.
The journal’s Editor-In-Chief, Professor Mavis Mulaudzi, will travel to Nashville, in the state Tennesse next year, when COVID-19 travel restrictions have been relax, to receive the award in person.
As an acknowledgment of this distinct accolade, the journal will now have the Hall of Fame logo in its cover, journal website to bear testimony for this great milestone.
Over the years, the journal has gone through various stages of evolvement and growth. These include going online, which has resulted in the momentous growth of its visitorship; and in the research work all over the world, the Curationis is cited in many research papers on nursing issues.
It is a platform that has given nurses in South Africa a great opportunity to expose their academic work to the world.
DENOSA thanks all nurses at different levels for their contribution to making the journal the quality journal that it is and encourages them to continue taking up evidence-based research work as means to improve the nursing practice, education and research.