CFS: Workforce & Workplaces (Contemporary Nurse)

Advances in Contemporary Nursing: Workforce and Workplaces

A special issue of Contemporary Nurse, Volume 36(1) Publishing August 2010

Deadline for Manuscript Submissions 1 December 2009

Guest Edited by Debra Jackson RN PhD, University of Western Sydney, NSW, Australia, and Carol Haigh RN PhD, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

Papers are invited for this special issue of Advances in Contemporary Nursing devoted to workforce and workplace issues. The special issue will deal with a comprehensive and wide range of concerns associated with the contemporary nursing environment. The editors welcome papers on theory, practice and research related to contemporary nursing workforce issues. Papers are welcomed on the following topics and other relevant issues:

•models of care delivery;

•workplace relationships;

•organisational matters affecting the nursing workforce;

•interprofessional collaboration;

•nursing leadership;

•advanced practice roles;

•health and well-being of the nursing workforce;

•occupational health issues affecting the nursing workforce;

•educational interventions to support workforce development;

•ageing workforce;

•international nurse recruitment;

•workforce retention;

•exploration of nursing roles;

•nursing innovations.

Authors may contact either editor in advance with an abstract or outline of their submission. Authors should observe Contemporary Nurse Author Guidelines and submit electronically to editorial@contemporarynurse.com  indicating in the cover email that it is for Advances in Contemporary Nursing: Workforce and Workplaces. All submissions will be subject to a double blind peer review.

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