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Vol. 6 No. 1 (2024): JURNAL VNUS (Vocational Nursing Science)
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Dear Author,

We are delighted to inform you that the most recent research article has been published in VNUS Journal Vol 6 No 1 on May 30, 2024. You can access the article through the following link:

We express our sincere gratitude for your valuable contribution, which has significantly enriched scholarly discourse through the publication of your research article. Your dedication to advancing scientific knowledge is truly commendable.

We eagerly anticipate your future submissions and encourage you to participate in our next submission cycle scheduled for November 2024. Thank you for your continuous support in fostering academic excellence.

We look forward to receiving your next project for consideration in our journal. In this edition, we showcase authors from various health institutions in Indonesia, including STIKes Muhammadiyah Ciamis, STIKes Bina Putera Banjar,  Universitas Bakti Tunas Husada, Puskesmas Purwaharja, STIKes Nusantara Kupang, Universitas Karyadarma Kupang, STIKes Indramayu, Universitas Muhammadiyah Tasikmalaya and others. Detailed information can be found in the table of contents, and we hope readers will thoroughly enjoy the content.

Happy reading!

Best regards,
Andan Firmansyah
Chief Editor

Published: 2024-05-30


  • Decreased Foot Sensitivity as a Predictor of Diabetic Foot Ulcers

    Wayunah, Wiwin Nur Aeni, Martin Kuncoro, Muhammad Saefulloh
  • The Effectiveness of Implementing Art Therapy in Reducing Anxiety Among the Elderly at The Budi Agung Social Welfare Center

    Violin Irene Ninef, Maria Altin Wala, Marlince Aplonia, Kristina E T Lobho
  • The Relationship Between Activities of Visits to the Elderly Posyandu and The Elderly's Level of Independence

    Aneng Yuningsih, Dara Indah KKH, Nandang Wahyu

Case Study

  • The Implementation Of Psychosocial Rehabilitation In Adolescents Using Drugs With Inefective Coping Problems

    Gumelar Zati Rahayu, Suhanda, Andan Firmansyah
  • Case Study: Status of Nutritional Assessment of Wound Healing After Appendectomy Surgery in Appendicitis Patients

    Ade Fitriani, Dadi Hamdani, Risa Lutfiatul Rohimah
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