Your Writing Routine

Writing for the Chronicle of Higher Education's "Community" feature, Manya Whitaker offers advice on crafting a writing routine that works for you, based on an understanding of neuro-cognitive and affective domains: How to Find a Writing Routine That Works | Chronicle Community This routine depends on planning and writing.

COVID-19: Looking to the Future of Nursing

CALL FOR PAPERSSpecial Issue of International Nursing ReviewCOVID-19: Looking to the Future of Nursing: Innovations & Policy RecommendationsThe Editors of INR and the International Council of Nurses invite nurses to submit papers for a Special Issue to be released on International Nurses’ Day, 12 May 2021, which will help to showcase and honour nursing and … Continue reading COVID-19: Looking to the Future of Nursing

Pandemic Writing

The COVID19 pandemic with its disruptive effects on our regular habits (including the habit of writing), as well as the added stress, anxiety, exhaustion (physical and emotional) on health care professionals, has probably affected nurses' writing. In April, the effects on women scholars and researchers was already evident. As reported by Colleen Flaherty in Inside … Continue reading Pandemic Writing

LGBTQ HPV VACCINE STUDY – Volunteers requested

Dr. Thomas Lawrence Long and his research team are seeking volunteers to be part of a study of HPV vaccine practices by clinicians. We invite you to participate in this research study. This research is being conducted at the School of Nursing at UConn Storrs and is examining current recommendation practices and other factors related … Continue reading LGBTQ HPV VACCINE STUDY – Volunteers requested

CFP: Pandemic Politics & Phenomenology

Puncta: Journal of Critical Phenomenology Guest editors: Nicole Miglio (San Raffaele University, Milan), Jessica Stanier (University of Exeter), & Dr Luna Dolezal (University of Exeter)Puncta is seeking contributions to a special issue on politics and phenomenology in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Political, economic, sociological, and environmental thinkers have already set to work interpreting … Continue reading CFP: Pandemic Politics & Phenomenology

CFP: The Year of the Nurse and the Midwife

In celebration of the Year of the Nurse and Midwife, the Canadian Journal of Nursing Research is dedicating its 3rd Quarter issue (September 2020) for manuscripts focusing on the professional evolution of nursing, empowerment of nurses, and/or the indispensable role of nursing in healthcare systems and societies. As an exception to normal CJNR requirements, manuscripts … Continue reading CFP: The Year of the Nurse and the Midwife