Mosby's Faculty Development Institute, January 4-6, 2009 in Orlando, Florida Call for Abstracts: Have you successfully implemented a facility-wide program to evaluate, improve or re-engineer your existing system? Have you taken an idea and turned it into a reality for the betterment of your department or your students? Have you worked in a collaborative partnership … Continue reading CFS: Abstract/Poster Presentation (Mosby’s Faculty Development Institute)
Month: July 2008
Correctional Health Today (CHT), the interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal of ACA's Healthcare Professional Interest section, is seeking quality submissions for upcoming issues. CHT will include articles on a range of correctional health care issues in all areas of corrections adult, juvenile, jails and community/ reentry. All peer-reviewed articles must meet rigorous standards and can represent a … Continue reading CFS: Correctional Health Today
ARS MEDICA: A Journal of Medicine, the Arts and Humanities is a relatively new literary magazine looking for fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, and artwork dealing with illness, the body, healing, and the culture of medicine. ARS MEDICA allows a place for dialogue, meaning making, and the representation of experiences of the body, health, wellness, and … Continue reading CFS: Ars Medica (creative writing, incl. non-fiction)
Call for Stories from Nurses. If you are a nurse who has worked with babies in the first 28 days of their lives, Kaplan Publishing would like to publish your true story in New Lives, an anthology of stories by neonatal nurses, perinatal nurses, nurse midwives, ob-gyn nurses, nurse childbirth educators, labor and delivery nurses, … Continue reading CFS: Neonatal Narratives
Recent queries from readers of NursingWriting have focused on the question, "I've been writing ________; do you think the editor of _______ journal would be interested in it?" or "I've written ______; do you think that this is the kind of thing that the editor has in mind for the special issue of _____ journal?" … Continue reading Publishing Tips: What Do Editors Want?
FINAL MOMENTS: NURSES' STORIES ABOUT DEATH AND DYING Experiencing the death of a patient is a rite of passage for most nurses. Share a story about: * Your first encounter with the death of a patient * A patient who made a life-changing impression on you * How you have dealt with grief * The … Continue reading CFS: Final Moments (Book Anthology)
American Journal of Nursing. This peer-reviewed nursing journal includes an "Art of Nursing" department that "seeks to afford art a forum as it speaks to matters involving health and health care. It's limited neither to work by nurses (although several nurse artists and writers have been featured) nor to work 'about' nursing." Poems should not … Continue reading CFS: AJN (“Art of Nursing” Creative Writing)
(BLANK) BEGINS at conception. Seeking essays for an anthology about female experiences with reproduction. All perspectives welcome: infertility, pregnancy, adoption, abortion, parenthood, deciding to remain child-free, etc. Target audience is anyone looking for a broader perspective on reproductive choices. Send queries and submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Dermatology Nurses' Association recently awarded LWW the contract to launch a brand new publication, which will be the official journal of the DNA (the Journal of the Dermatology Nurses' Association - JDNA). Since this is a start-up journal, they are looking for editors, reviewers, editorial board members, and manuscripts. For more information, review these … Continue reading Call for Submissions: Journal of Dermatology Nurses’ Association
Advances in Contemporary Nursing and Gender calls for submissions for a special issue of Contemporary Nurse - April 2009 Edited by Professor Paula McGee, Faculty of Health, Birmingham City University Birmingham UK and Professor Kim Walker, University of Technology, Sydney; University of Tasmania and St Vincent's Private Hospital, Sydney NSW, Australia. Papers are invited for … Continue reading CFS: Contemporary Nurse (Gender Topic)