Month: July 2010

CFP: NLN 5th Annual Tech Conference

The National League for Nursing Fifth Annual Technology Conference: “Health Information Technology; Meaningful Uses in Nursing Education” October 29-31, 2010, Fairbanks Hall on the Indiana University Campus, Indianapolis, IN The NLN Technology Conference showcases state-of-the-art applications of simulation, e-learning, informatics, and telehealth. Learn about the federally funded HRSA HITS Scholar Program, Second Life, and more. … Continue reading CFP: NLN 5th Annual Tech Conference


Rockquemore: Tame Your Inner Critic

Kerry Ann Rockquemore continues her fine Inside Higher Ed summer series for novice writers or writers who are struggling to get some traction on their professional writing. This week in "Tame Your Inner Critic" Rockquemore suggests ways to become familiar with and to disarm your inner critic, the naysayer inside many of us who thwarts … Continue reading Rockquemore: Tame Your Inner Critic

CFP: Rethinking Disability (Conference)

The First International Disability Studies Conference in Israel Rethinking Disability: The State, the Community and the Individual, Thursday, December 30, 2010, at The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute This is the first international conference on Disability Studies to be held in Israel. Our goal is to provide a forum for international collaboration in Disability Studies by … Continue reading CFP: Rethinking Disability (Conference)

CFP: Enhancing Nursing Ed (Conference)

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS ON ENHANCING NURSING EDUCATION Sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the 2010 Conference on Enhancing Nursing Undergraduate Teaching and Learning in the Clinical Setting: What do we know and how do we move forward? will be held October 19-21, 2010 in Arlington, VA. This working-group conference will bring together today’s nursing … Continue reading CFP: Enhancing Nursing Ed (Conference)

Rockquemore: Lower Your Standards; Writing Is Thinking

Kerry Ann Rockquemore's summer series on scholarly and professional writing in Inside Higher Ed continues, last week with the admonition "Lower Your Standards," and this week reminding us, "Writing Is Thinking." Last week in "Lower Your Standards" Rockquemore acknowledged that at mid-summer you may have become frustrated or discouraged, either because of procrastination or unrealistic expectations. … Continue reading Rockquemore: Lower Your Standards; Writing Is Thinking

CFS: Nursing Ed Perspectives (Research & Creative Writing)

The National League for Nursing's Nursing Education Perspectives has a page called "EndNote" where it publishes poetry and very brief essays by nurses, about nursing and nursing education. For more information visit: . In addition, Nursing Education Perspectives is always eager for scholarly submissions for peer review. For more information or inquiries, contact Leslie … Continue reading CFS: Nursing Ed Perspectives (Research & Creative Writing)

CFP: Body, Mind, History (EAHMH 2011)

Call for Papers: Body and Mind in the History of Medicine and Health, European Association for the History of Medicine and Health (EAHMH) 2011 Bi-annual Conference Co-organized by the Descartes Centre for the History and Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities and by the University Medical Centre Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1-4 September 2011 … Continue reading CFP: Body, Mind, History (EAHMH 2011)

CFS: J of Nursing Measurement

Journal of Nursing Measurement is the only journal that specifically addresses instrumentation in nursing. It serves as a prime forum for disseminating information on instruments, tools, approaches, and procedures developed or utilized for measuring variables in nursing—spanning practice, research, and education. Particular emphasis is placed on evidence for the reliability and validity or sensitivity and … Continue reading CFS: J of Nursing Measurement