With the end of the academic year, postings on the NursingWriting blog will be less frequent.
You are probably shifting gears right now after the end of a busy (and, I hope, productive academic year), but summer is a good time to get some mileage on your writing. Don’t slip into neutral for the next three months!
Here’s what I’m working on for the next three months:
- Turning a conference podium paper that Jennifer Telford and I have presented into an article manuscript. (We are looking at gendered spaces and gendered pages of published American Civil War nurse narratives.)
- Completing two chapters for two reference books (one related to religion in the American South prior to the Civil War, the other related to Christian theologies about slavery in the antebellum period).
- Preparing a conference paper that I will present at a global health conference at Oxford.
- Continuing a review of the literature concerning the question: What are the facilatators and inhibitors of faculty scholarly productivity in clinical practice-based academic disciplines?
That should keep me off the streets and out of trouble.