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: Infection & immunity

The  Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health is soliciting manuscripts for 2021 continuing education offerings on infection and immunity. Please see the attached call for manuscripts for article types that will be considered. The deadline for initial manuscript submission is October 1, 2020. Please send your proposed topic, type of article, and contact information to … Continue reading CFP: Infection & immunity

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

Updated Review of Cabell’s Predatory Journal Blacklist

We've all heard about the market in predatory online open-access journals, with specious review processes, murky editorial boards, and uncertain longevity. But where do you go to determine if a journal publisher (or conference organizer) qualifies as "predatory"? Cabell has for several years offered a scrutiny  and review service, which Rick Anderson revisists and reviews … Continue reading Updated Review of Cabell’s Predatory Journal Blacklist