Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile is delighted to host the 2015 U21 Health Sciences Doctoral Forum which will focus on the theme: 'A paper is more than great results'. We would like to invite doctoral students in health sciences disciplines, who are advanced in their studies, to present their work at the forum. We are … Continue reading CFP: A Paper Is More than Great Results (Grad Conf)
Month: April 2015
Call for Stories - Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics Political Influence on Bioethical Deliberation Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics will publish a collection of personal stories from bioethicists who have felt political pressure to reach a specific conclusion in ethical deliberation. The deliberation could be as a clinical ethicist, a consultant to industry or law firms, a … Continue reading CFS: Political Influence on Bioethical Deliberation (Narrative Inquiry Bioethics)
Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics: A Journal of Qualitative Research is a peer-reviewed journal published by Johns Hopkins University Press. We seek manuscripts in the following two areas: 1. Qualitative and Mixed Methods Research Articles. NIB welcomes submitted papers that report on qualitative and mixed methods research studies, including ethnographic, interview, focus group, observational, mixed methods, … Continue reading CFS: Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics
Although the journal article manuscript rather than the academic book is the coin of the realm in the academic nursing’s knowledge economy, nurses do write books and books are written for nurses, which means that readers need book reviews, typically in scholarly or professional journals. How do you secure the opportunity to write a book … Continue reading Writing Academic Book Reviews
Writing for Inside Higher Ed, Kenneth Womack and Nichola D. Gutgold advise junior tenure track faculty: The best advice we ever received when we were on the tenure track was that to be successful, we needed to keep sending our research out. We needed to work feverishly to develop an audience. In short, you have … Continue reading Fail and Fail Often!
Special Issue of Organization Studies Inequality, Institutions, and Organizations Deadline for paper submissions: August 31, 2015 This Special Issue focuses on the relationships between inequality, institutions and organizations. Although the relevance of organizational research to societal problems has spawned debate for at least a decade, and has generated a proliferation of polemics and prescriptions (e.g., … Continue reading CFP: Inequality, Institutions, and Organizations