Month: May 2010

Memorial Day: Wound Dresser

Here in the States, we mark Memorial Day today. NursingWriting honors in particular those nurses who have died in military service. Today is the also the birthday of poet Walt Whitman, who served in a nursing capacity in military hospitals during the American Civil War. Here is a section of his poem "The Wound-Dresser": On, … Continue reading Memorial Day: Wound Dresser

CFP: Feminist Currents on Health Care

Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies is delighted to introduce readers to a new interactive column, “Feminist Currents,” by Eileen Boris, Hull Professor and chair of the Women’s Studies Program at the University of California, Santa Barbara. In the paragraph below Boris poses a question to our readers and all interested feminists, whether they find … Continue reading CFP: Feminist Currents on Health Care

Residential Fellow, National Humanities Center

Interested in thinking outside the disciplinary box or know someone who is? Consider this residential fellowship at the National Humanities Center, which is open to scholars in a variety of fields. National Humanities Center, Fellowships in the Humanities The national Humanities Center offers forty residential fellowships (September 2011 through May 2012) for advanced study in … Continue reading Residential Fellow, National Humanities Center

CFP: History of Postwar Women’s Health

CALL FOR PAPERS EXTENDED DEADLINE : NOW 15 JUNE 2010 Politics and Practices: The History of Post-war Women's Health, 22nd-23rd October 2010, Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK This two-day conference will bring together researchers interested in the history of post-war women's health. In contrast to most … Continue reading CFP: History of Postwar Women’s Health

CFS: J of Nursing Law

The Journal of Nursing Law addresses issues of concern to lawyers, nurses, policy makers, and ethicists. It is the only journal analyzing nursing law relating to nursing practice, education, and administration. Emphasis is placed on emerging trends in the law with suggestions for how nurses and lawyers can influence these trends. Our audience includes nurse … Continue reading CFS: J of Nursing Law

CFP: J of Vascular Nursing

Journal of Vascular Nursing (Official Publication of the Society for Vascular Nursing) New authors—ready to submit your work? Seasoned authors—we need you. Submit to Journal of Vascular Nursing, your source for clinical information regarding aortic and peripheral aneurysms, upper and lower extremity arterial disease, acute and chronic venous disease, and more. Original, peer-reviewed articles present … Continue reading CFP: J of Vascular Nursing

CFP: Pan-Pacific Nursing Conference & Symposium on Cancer Care

FIFTH PAN-PACIFIC NURSING CONFERENCE AND SEVENTH NURSING SYMPOSIUM ON CANCER CARE, 22 - 24 SEPTEMBER 2011 You are cordially invited to the Fifth Pan-Pacific Nursing Conference and Seventh Nursing Symposium on Cancer Care organized by The Nethersole School of Nursing, The Chinese University of Hong Kong on 22-24 September 2011 in Hong Kong. The theme … Continue reading CFP: Pan-Pacific Nursing Conference & Symposium on Cancer Care

CFS: Am J of Nursing

The American Journal of Nursing is seeking high quality writing on a variety of topics. • Clinical best practices – We especially seek cutting-edge, evidence-based clinical manuscripts on a wide range of topics across settings. Such manuscripts should have a focus that can be handled in depth in about 5,000 words (excluding references and figures) … Continue reading CFS: Am J of Nursing

CFS: Biobehavioral/Physiological Nursing Research (Bio Res Nursing)

The journal BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH FOR NURSING, Integrating Biobehavioral Research into Health Care seeks submissions for a special issue: Methods for Biobehavioral and Physiological Research in Nursing Guest Editor: Elizabeth Corwin, PhD, RN, CRNP Deadline: September 20, 2010 BRN Editor: Carolyn Yucha, RN, PhD, FAAN, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Managing Editor: Marnie Wiss, BA, Gainesville, FL … Continue reading CFS: Biobehavioral/Physiological Nursing Research (Bio Res Nursing)