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Month: December 2015
Writing for Inside Higher Ed, Madeleine Elfenbein offers a tribute to Robert Boice, whose wisdom she gleans: https://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/gradhacker/take-it-easy-wisdom-robert-boice The research of Boice has provided an extensive evidence base for how scholars and researchers work (or don't work) when it comes to writing and publishing.
Visibility and voice are important themes in the history of nursing. Nursing silence and invisibility doesn't just impair the profession of nursing; it also deprives health professions and society in general from important insights and advocacy. The 10,000 Nurses on Boards Coalition with the American Nurses Foundation is a national initiative to promote, prepare, and … Continue reading ANF 10,000 Nurses on Boards Coalition
Given recent history of international conflict and violence, the health and well-being of those who have served the military of any country world-wide has become a major challenge that influences the well-being of families, communities and nations. This issue of ANS includes four articles that address the health of veterans and their families, and a … Continue reading CFP: Advances in Nursing Science
Author Services of Taylor & Francis has undertaken a study of researchers’ views and has published Peer Review in 2015: A Global View. Background here: http://authorservices.taylorandfrancis.com/peer-review-in-2015/ The white paper here: http://authorservices.taylorandfrancis.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Peer-Review-2015-white-paper.pdf Topics include: The purpose and benefits of peer review; peer review ethics; the mechanics of peer review; alternative models of peer review.