In a continuing series in Inside Higher Ed by Kerry Ann Rockquemore to foster faculty writing, this week's installment "Why Aren't You Writing?" distills the considerable evidence base established by Joseph Ferrari and his colleagues in procrastination studies and Robert Boice and others on faculty productivity. In this week's installment, Rockquemore asks you to consider if … Continue reading Inside Higher Ed: Why Aren’t You Writing?
Month: June 2010
CFS: Women’s Health
WOMEN'S HEALTH & URBAN LIFE JOURNAL is looking for academic papers on any topic that relates to women's mental and/or physical health. The journal accepts both quantitative and qualitative works. For submission guidelines, and for the earlier issues, please visit the free-access website at: http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/~womenshealth The journal continuously reviews and accepts papers, so there are … Continue reading CFS: Women’s Health
Rockquemore: Writing Every Day
In a continuing series published on line in Inside Higher Ed, Kerry Ann Rockquemore discusses obstacles to writing every day, including resistance driven by fear. "Meet Your Bodyguard" is available on line. This series of articles is recommended for novice writers or for writers who need to jump start a quiescent writing agenda.
CFS: J of Radiology Nursing
Nurse faculty, nurse educators, advance practice nurses and nurse clinicians are invited to submit manuscripts on professional issues or issues related to/or impacting the practice of radiology (imaging) nursing to the Journal of Radiology Nursing (JRN). JRN is the official peer-reviewed journal of the Association of Radiologic and Imaging Nursing and is published quarterly by … Continue reading CFS: J of Radiology Nursing
Nurse in the House?
Writing in today's New York Times op-ed pages, Theresa Brown calls for federal action to increase hiring of nurses: Doctors can indeed be heroes. But when a patient takes a sudden turn for the worse, it’s the nurses who are usually the first to respond. Each patient has a specific nurse assigned to watch over … Continue reading Nurse in the House?
Rockquemore: Summer Writing
Kerry Ann Rockquemore writing recently in Inside Higher Ed discusses how to jump start your summer writing, including a frank assessment of what you need and what you need to do to make progress on your writing projects. "No More Post-Summer Regret" discusses challenges and offers sound advice for developing a plan: Identify goals and … Continue reading Rockquemore: Summer Writing
CFP: Unite for Sight, Global Health
Unite for Sight Global Health & Innovation Conference Presented by Unite For Sight, 8th Annual Conference Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA Saturday, April 16 - Sunday, April 17, 2011 http://www.uniteforsight.org/conference Unite For Sight's must-attend, thought-leading conference convenes leaders, changemakers, and participants from all fields of global health, international development, and social entrepreneurship. The conference … Continue reading CFP: Unite for Sight, Global Health
Essay Competition/Workshop Participation
13th Berlin Roundtables on Transnationality Essay Competition - Research Grant - Workshop Participation on the topic Health Politics in an Interconnected World: The Production of Evidence - Negotiating Access - The Politics of Locality Berlin (1 - 5 December, 2010) Deadline for essay submission: 3 September, 2010 International Essay Competition and Workshop organized by the … Continue reading Essay Competition/Workshop Participation