One of the frequently confounding experiences that professors like you have had in scholarly publishing involves peer reviewers, whose comments sometimes conflict with each other or whose critiques are abusive or clueless. You are not alone. According to an article by Jeffrey Brainard entitled "Incompetence Tops List of Complaints About Peer Reviewers" in The Chronicle of … Continue reading Publishing Tips: Concerned About Peer Reviewers
Month: August 2008
Advances in Nursing Science. The primary purposes of Advances in Nursing Science (ANS) are to contribute to the development of nursing science and to promote the application of emerging theories and research findings to practice. Articles deal with any of the processes of science, including research, theory development, concept analysis, practical application of research and … Continue reading CFS: Advances in Nursing Science
Home Health Care Management and Practice, now in its 21st year of publication always seek ongoing community based manuscripts. It is a peer-reviewed journal, published by Sage. You will find a home page and information on the journal online: http://hhc.sagepub.com/ .
THE WELLNESS & Writing Connections Conference brings together writers and professionals who see therapeutic value in writing, including personal journals, creative nonfiction, memoir, fiction, drama, and poetry. Inquire about opportunities for a book exhibit and visual art displays. For more information contact John Evans (firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit our Web site at http://www.wellnessandwritingconnections.com.
Connecticut Nurses' Association's annual convention on Thursday, October 23, 2008 at the Hartford Marriott/Farmington, Farmington, CT CNA's POSTER PRESENTATION GUIDE POSTER CONCEPT: The intent of a Poster Session is to provide a forum for presenting well thought out information to conference attendees. This mechanism may be the preferred method where it allows more opportunity for … Continue reading CFS: Connecticut Nurses’ Assoc (Posters)
From The Chronicle of Higher Education: PubMed Now Indexes Videos of Experiments and Protocols in Life Sciences PubMed Central, the National Library of Medicine’s online database, is now indexing videos from The Journal of Visualized Experiments. According to the publication’s official blog, JoVE is “the first video-journal to ever be accepted for publication in PubMed.” The … Continue reading Research Tip: PubMed Video Index
Society of Behavioral Medicine Presents the 30th Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions "Behavioral Medicine: From Evidence to Practice and Policy" April 22-25, 2009 - Montreal, Canada--A world class meeting in an elegant, world class city = a must-attend event! * Submit your abstract SOON (no later than September 12) * Get your passport, and * … Continue reading CFS: Soc of Behavioral Med Conference
Call for poems for publication in the Journal of Medical Humanities. Poets are invited to submit up to three poems on the theme of illness/disease. Interpretation of the theme (physical, mental, etc...) remains with the poet and may be addressed directly or indirectly. Poems must be unpublished. Prompt notification is requested if accepted for publication … Continue reading CFS: Poetry (J of Medical Humanities)
A leading journal in its field, International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship publishes significant peer-reviewed scholarship in the broad field of nursing education. The journal's mission is to present high quality papers that advance nursing education, to enhance and advance nursing education globally, and to provide a forum for the dissemination of international perspectives and … Continue reading CFS: International J of Nursing Ed Scholarship
The Teacher's Voice has radically changed! It is now a free online magazine and teacher resource. They seek poems, short stories, creative nonfiction, and essays about the promise and hard truths of teaching in our schools and colleges. Chapbook and poetry contests too. The Teacher's Voice, P.O. Box 150384, Kew Gardens, NY 11415. Query: email@example.com … Continue reading CFS: The Teacher’s Voice