ARS MEDICA: A Journal of Medicine, the Arts and Humanities is an international literary magazine published in Canada, exploring illness, the body, healing, and the culture of medi-cine. Fiction, creative nonfiction, memoir, and art-work are preferred. For submission/subscription info, see www.ars-medica.ca
Research and Theory for Nursing Practice focuses on issues relevant to improving nursing practice, education, and patient care. The articles strive to discuss knowledge development in its broadest sense, reflect research using a variety of methodological approaches, and combine several methods and strategies in a single study. Because of the journal’s international emphasis, article contributors address the implications of their studies for an international audience.
HOSPITAL DRIVE http://www.hospitaldrive.med.virginia.edu an online journal of literature and the arts at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, publishes original creative work that examines themes of health, illness, and healing. The journal welcomes new voices. Poems, short fiction, personal essays, reviews, and photography and visual art (painting, drawing, sculpture, mixed media) will be considered. To submit: http://hospitaldrive.med.virginia.edu/submit.html.
Research Article on Facilitators/Inhibitors of Productivity
Dowling, D. A., Savrin, C., & Graham, G. C.. (2013). Writing for publication: Perspectives of graduate nursing students and doctorally prepared faculty. Journal of Nursing Education, 52(7), 371-5.
Abstract: Publication is a common expectation for both faculty and graduate students in schools of nursing. Little is known about the perceptions of students and faculty regarding what supports or interferes with students’ success in writing for publication. Perceptions of supports and barriers to writing for publication and the differences in perceptions between graduate nursing students and faculty were examined. A descriptive comparative design was used to sample master’s (n = 62), Doctor of Nursing Practice (n = 66), and Doctor of Philosophy (n = 7) students and graduate faculty (n = 35) using two investigator-developed surveys. Students (71.1%) and faculty (57.6%) identified working with faculty and mentors as the greatest support. Students’ primary barrier was finding time (64.5%). Faculty identified not knowing how to get started (63.6%) as the students’ greatest barrier. Findings support that mentoring and finding sufficient time for writing are priorities for the development of a plan to support students in writing for publication. [Abstract provided by the journal.]
Every issue of American Journal of Bioethics contains peer-reviewed Target Articles that zero in on tough questions, answered by Open Commentary articles from scholars across disciplines and cultures. The American Journal of Bioethics provides an authoritative, annotated conversation that has been used by judges, Senators, journalists, scholars, schoolteachers, and millions of others as the key source on thousands of topics in the health sciences. AJOB leads the way in bioethics publishing. Hundreds of thousands more readers have discovered bioethics through InFocus articles and other features of bioethics.net. Our readers include faculty and students at virtually every graduate and professional school in the world, thousands of elected officials and judges, and most health news journalists. The American Journal of Bioethics has followed through on the innovative vision that built bioethics: serious discussion of the social implications of biomedicine. For more information: http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/UAJB
Neonatal Network, established in April 1981, is a peer-reviewed journal which is dedicated to assisting neonatal nurses and related health care professionals to remain current in their fields. Neonatal Network acts as a vehicle for the exchange of information by providing up-to-date, relevant articles in the areas of evidence-based clinical practice, research, and education.
Neonatal Networ® is issued six times a year; January/February, March/April, May/June, July/August, September/October, and November/December. With a circulation of 10,000 Neonatal Network goes to more than 1,000 recognized Level II and Level III neonatal intensive care units in the United States.
The Journal of Clinical Nursing (JCN) is seeking applications for the position of Editor-in-Chief.
JCN is an international, peer-reviewed scientific journal whose primary aim is to promote a high standard of clinically related scholarship which supports the practice and discipline of nursing. The current Editor-in-Chief, Professor Cynthia R. King, is stepping down in October 2013, and we are therefore seeking applications for this prestigious position.
For further information please follow this link: http://bit.ly/19KLJsb
Di Sinclair, Managing Editor, Journal of Advanced Nursing