Month: May 2012

CFS: Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice

Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice (PPNP) is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal that explores the multiple relationships between nursing and health policy. PPNP serves as a major source of data-based study, policy analysis and discussion on timely, relevant policy issues for nurses in a broad variety of roles and settings, and for others who are interested … Continue reading CFS: Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice

CFP: CT Nursing Research Alliance

16th Annual Nursing Research & Evidence Based Practice Conference: Outcome-Focused Innovations Friday, October 5, 2012, Hartford Hospital Education & Resource Center, 560 Hudson Street, Hartford, CT Abstracts are requested for either oral presentation or table-top poster display. Oral presentations should be based on completed research. Table-top poster displays may be based on research in progress. … Continue reading CFP: CT Nursing Research Alliance

CFS: Telemedicine and e-Health

Telemedicine and e-Health has expanded coverage, publishing 10 issues per year, providing readers with an understanding of new technology applications and evidence-based usage, and a new section on Medical Connectivity. This new section will include roundtables, initiatives in industry, tutorials, webwatch, commentaries, new services, and people in the news. In addition to high quality cutting-edge … Continue reading CFS: Telemedicine and e-Health

CFS: Mindfulness

Mindfulness Editor-in-Chief: Nirbhay N. Singh Advances research, clinical practice, and theory on mindfulness. This journal publishes peer-reviewed papers that examine the latest research findings and best practices in mindfulness. It explores the nature and foundations of mindfulness, its mechanisms of actions, and its use across cultures. In addition, Mindfulness features papers that address issues involving … Continue reading CFS: Mindfulness

CFS: Service User Involvement (Publ Mgmt Rev)

Call for Papers for a Special Issue of Public Management Review: Service User Involvement in Healthcare Editors: Graeme Currie, Warwick Business School; Nellie El Enany, Warwick Business School; Martin Kitchener, Cardiff Business School Service user involvement has become a prominent area of healthcare policy across much of the developed world. Recent studies of this phenomenon … Continue reading CFS: Service User Involvement (Publ Mgmt Rev)

Clinical Trials: Registered Late, Published Late, Smaller Than Planned

Kent Anderson, writing in the The Scholarly Kitchen, observes: For any major medical study, the stakes are high — the results can affect how patients take care of themselves and how physicians treat disease, for years if not decades. Yet all is not well in the land of medical research, judging from a recent analysis … Continue reading Clinical Trials: Registered Late, Published Late, Smaller Than Planned