International Journal of Mental Health Nursing

(The H4-Index of International Journal of Mental Health Nursing is 26. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
Family violence and COVID‐19: Increased vulnerability and reduced options for support581
The COVID‐19 pandemic and mental health impacts381
A Large‐Scale Survey on Trauma, Burnout, and Posttraumatic Growth among Nurses during the COVID‐19 Pandemic287
Determination of stress, depression and burnout levels of front‐line nurses during the COVID‐19 pandemic153
Nurse resilience: A concept analysis124
Hospital staff well‐being during the first wave of COVID‐19: Staff perspectives64
Workplace stress and resilience in the Australian nursing workforce: A comprehensive integrative review61
Pandemic‐related behaviours and psychological outcomes; A rapid literature review to explain COVID‐19 behaviours60
Association between resilience and burnout of front‐line nurses at the peak of the COVID‐19 pandemic: Positive and negative affect as mediators in Wuhan54
The Impact of COVID‐19 on nurses working in a University Health System in Singapore: A qualitative descriptive study50
Stigma in relation to families living with parental mental illness: An integrative review42
Experiences, emotional responses, and coping skills of nursing students as auxiliary health workers during the peak COVID‐19 pandemic: A qualitative study42
Reminiscence therapy for older adults with Alzheimer's disease: A literature review40
The COVID‐19 pandemic and death anxiety in the elderly39
COVID‐19 pandemic and health anxiety among nurses of intensive care units38
An evaluation of mental health and emotion regulation experienced by undergraduate nursing students in China during the COVID‐19 pandemic: A cross‐sectional study38
COVID‐19 and family violence: Is this a perfect storm?36
The influence of COVID‐19 on the mental health of final‐year nursing students: comparing the situation before and during the pandemic35
Borderline Personality Disorder: To diagnose or not to diagnose? That is the question34
Understanding the factors that affect retention within the mental health nursing workforce: a systematic review and thematic synthesis31
The implementation and evaluation of a resilience enhancement programme for nurses working in the forensic setting31
Chronicling moral distress among healthcare providers during the COVID‐19 pandemic: A longitudinal analysis of mental health strain, burnout, and maladaptive coping behaviours31
Implementation of recovery‐oriented practice in hospital‐based mental health services: A systematic review30
A cross‐sectional examination of factors associated with compassion satisfaction and compassion fatigue across healthcare workers in an academic medical centre30
Withdrawn: How perceived threat of Covid‐19 causes turnover intention among Pakistani nurses: A moderation and mediation analysis30
Military moral injury: A concept analysis28
The value of nurse mentoring relationships: Lessons learnt from a work‐based resilience enhancement programme for nurses working in the forensic setting26
Undergraduate nursing students’ resilience, challenges, and supports during corona virus pandemic26
A first‐hand experience of co‐design in mental health service design: Opportunities, challenges, and lessons26
‘Meet Me Where I Am’: Mental health service users’ perspectives on the desirable qualities of a mental health nurse26
Prevalence, associated factors and adverse outcomes of workplace violence towards nurses in psychiatric settings: A systematic review26