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February 2023, Volume 73, Issue 2




This supplement is a reflection on the ongoing efforts of the nursing professionals for acquiring the recent rapid changes in the medical field. There is a need to adopt innovative approaches for dealing with social, economic, and environmental changes. Also, the population has to achieve sustainable health and improve climate resilience, mainly through nursing education, research, and practice.

This supplement covers the recent research done by nursing scholars in various subjects including nursing education, community nursing, clinical nursing, management and leadership, research practice, as well as innovations for the COVID-19 challenge. It also includes discussions on nursing disaster management, non-communicable diseases, mental health and wellbeing, maternal and child health, tropical diseases, health law and policies, climate change, health-related issues, and sustainable development goals.

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world in the last over two years. To welcome the new era, nurses need to be active in advocating sustainable health and climate resilience for a better future. As the largest health workforce, nurses have pivotal roles in making changes through innovative strategies and actions. By working together, nurses can not only care for the patients individually but also address problems in the society and environment. That was the objective to bring Continuous Innovation for Sustainable Health and Climate Resilience.

We hope the scholarly articles in this document contribute towards increasing the quality of health care services and nursing services. We are grateful to the contributing authors who have shared their ideas and expertise with the readers. Thank you.


The 13th International Nursing Conference Committee


Yulis Setiya Dewi, Gading Ekapuja Aurizki, Rr Dian Tristiana, Arina Qona’ah, Ninuk Dian Kurniawati, Ferry Efendi, Elida Ulfiana, Mira Triharini, Ni Ketut Alit Armini

Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association has agreed to receive and publish manuscripts in accordance with the principles of the following committees: