Month: June 2011

CFS: Complex Health Care

Contemporary Nurse special issue: Advances in Complex Health Care: Nursing Interventions Deadline for Papers: 30th June 2011 Guest editor: Wai-Tong Chien PhD (KCL), MPhil, PGDip (Nurs Ed), RMN, RTN, Professor & Convener of Mental Health Research Group, School of Nursing, Faculty of Health and Social Sciences, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR, China … Continue reading CFS: Complex Health Care

CFS: Family Mediation

Journal of Family Studies special issue: Mediating Family Disputes Deadline for Papers: 15th July 2011 'Family mediation' has many names and many definitions. Different family mediation processes tend to reflect different national, cultural and professional assumptions and starting points. Thus some family mediators seek to address 'frozen' and unproductive narratives; some are guided primarily by … Continue reading CFS: Family Mediation

Inside Higher Ed: 3 Biomedical Powers Announce Plan for Open Access Journal

Reported today in Inside Higher Ed: Two major funders of biomedical research and Germany's leading scholarly society said Monday that they would create what they described as a top-quality open-access journal -- though many of the details of the new venture have yet to be nailed down. Officials from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Britain's … Continue reading Inside Higher Ed: 3 Biomedical Powers Announce Plan for Open Access Journal

CFP: Learning from Lister (conference)

Learning from Lister: Antisepsis, Safer Surgery, and Global Health (A three-day multidisciplinary conference to reassess his achievements and legacy), 22 – 24 March 2012, King’s College London, The Royal Society, The Royal College of Surgeons of England The conference will take place across three venues: the Strand Campus of King’s College London, the Royal Society … Continue reading CFP: Learning from Lister (conference)

CFS: Other Mothers (Edited Book)

New Call for Submissions for an Edited Collection: Other Mothers/Other Mothering Other mothers and other mothering roles may be found throughout history and across diverse cultures. Other mothers may be the paradigmatic first responders, the first-teachers of informal and formal learnings, or first care-givers for the formative triage years of children and youth. Other mothering … Continue reading CFS: Other Mothers (Edited Book)

CFS: Innovation, Global Health

 Call for Papers: Technology and Innovation- Proceedings of the National Academy of Inventors, SPECIAL ISSUE: Innovative Research in Global Health We are currently soliciting manuscripts for a special issue on innovative studies on global health. Technology and Innovation presents information encompassing the entire field of applied sciences with a focus on transformative technology and academic … Continue reading CFS: Innovation, Global Health

CFS: Educating Students for Geriatric Care (NLN Journal)

Nursing Education Perspectives will publish a special edition on Educating Students for Geriatric Care, guest edited by two leading scholars in geriatric nursing education. Manuscript Submissions Due August 31, 2011 Nursing Education Perspectives, the National League for Nursing's respected peer-reviewed research journal, has issued a call for manuscripts to be considered for publication in a special … Continue reading CFS: Educating Students for Geriatric Care (NLN Journal)

CFS: Health, Culture and Society

Health, Culture & Society is a new, digitally published periodical through Pittsburgh University’s D-publishing initiative with the internationally distinguished participation of members and senior members from The Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Brazil); The Institute of Public Health (Bangalore); The Center for Modern European Philosophy, University of Kingston (UK); CODESRIA: Council for the Development of Social Science … Continue reading CFS: Health, Culture and Society

Review: Advanced Nursing Research

Tappen, R. M. (2011). Advanced nursing research: From theory to practice. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning. 504 pp. Tappen, a nurse and active faculty member, presents a new text entitled Advanced Nursing Research: From Theory to Practice. Based on the title, I expected to find a book suitable for advanced graduate-level students who are … Continue reading Review: Advanced Nursing Research

CFP: Disability Health Svcs, Low & Middle Income Countries

Call for Abstracts: International Research Symposium: Equitable Health Services for People with Disabilities with a Focus on Low and Middle Income Countries The symposium will be held at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine: http://www.lshtm.ac.uk/aboutus/location/ The deadline for submission of abstracts is end of Friday July 29th 2011: http://disabilitycentre.lshtm.ac.uk/news-and-events/equityhealthdisability/ Co-organised by the London School … Continue reading CFP: Disability Health Svcs, Low & Middle Income Countries