Month: October 2009

Ig Nobel Award Winners

Now that the Nobel Prize news has exhausted itself, it's time for the Ig Nobel Awards, given annually for research that makes you laugh, and then think. Hmmm . . . Among this year's awardees in health-related research: MEDICINE PRIZE: Donald L. Unger, of Thousand Oaks, California, USA, for investigating a possible cause of arthritis … Continue reading Ig Nobel Award Winners

10,000 and Counting!

Like the Dow Jones Industrials Index, NursingWriting has broken 10,000! In the past three months our "traffic" has grown considerably, and we have welcomed over 1,000 visitors per month. In the past day we welcomed our ten thousandth visitor. Thanks to all our readers for their support. Thanks to all our nurse writers for their good … Continue reading 10,000 and Counting!

CFS: Currents in Teaching & Learning

A Call for submissions from CURRENTS IN TEACHING AND LEARNING Volume 2,Number 2, Spring 2010. Currents in Teaching and Learning is a peer-reviewed electronic journal that fosters exchanges among reflective teacher-scholars across the disciplines. Currents invites submissions for its Spring 2010 issue, including: —Short reports from all disciplines on classroom practices (2850-5700 words). —Longer research, … Continue reading CFS: Currents in Teaching & Learning