CFS: Nursing Forum

Does Your Paper Belong in Nursing Forum? New editor Patricia S. Yoder-Wise, RN, EdD, NEA-BC, ANEF, FAAN invites your manuscript submissions that deal with the latest issues facing the nursing profession today. The editor is looking for papers on these specific topics:

  • Future of Nursing
  • Aging of the Profession
  • Nursing Leadership
  • Continuing Confidence
  • Workplace Violence
  • Patient Safety
  • Evidence-Based Practice

We are seeking ideas you believe are worthy of testing in the future to improve the availability and practice of professional nurses. Because this is a world-wide issue, we welcome ideas from any country. To find out what Nursing Forum is all about, download a FREE ISSUE: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/nuf.2011.46.issue-1/issuetoc
Submission ideas may be sent directly to the editor at: psywrn@aol.com. Please indicate you are responding to the call on the future of nursing.
About Nursing Forum: Nursing Forum is essential reading for nursing students, educators, nurse recruiters, staff development nurses and nurse practitioners interested in the profession of nursing. As a creative independent voice for professional nursing, this journal reflects modern nursing practice and education worldwide and provides a unique – and sometimes controversial – perspective on the struggles all nurses face. This is the nursing reference that prompts readers to examine nursing issues in new and different ways. NEW – Correspondence Site! Join the discussion about Nursing Forum‘s content at http://www.respond2articles.com/NUF/default.aspx .

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