Professor Emerita, University of Connecticut
Editor, Advances in Nursing Science
Manuscript Due Date – April 15, 2016
Manuscript Due Date – July 15, 2016
Manuscript Due Date – October 15, 2016
Submissions open any time
Feminist Phenomenology, Medicine, Bioethics, and Health (International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics)
The Lumen is an annual Edinburgh University new writing and arts journal of the mutual dialogue between medicine, the arts and the humanities. We hope to foster creative and critical discourse on the personal experience of illness and healthcare. The Lumen will provide a space for the expression of the deeply personal narratives of the medical encounter, from patients and healthcare professionals alike, and the aspects of the human condition that it exposes. We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting submissions for the Summer 2016 issue of The Lumen. The theme for this issue will be ‘Trauma’.
Contributors are welcome to interpret this theme in any way they wish along the lines of any discipline. We also welcome reviews of books or other artistic work that deals with a discussion of trauma or narratives that emerge thereof. Some possible interpretations of this theme could be:
The above list is not exhaustive, and is merely indicative of some of the possible interpretations of the theme for the forthcoming issue. Contributors are welcome to interpret the theme however they like.
We welcome submissions in the following categories:
The deadline for submissions for this issue is Friday, 4 December, 2015. All submissions must be sent on or before this date via email.
In addition, The Lumen also welcomes contributions for its blog on a rolling basis. These contributions can also be stories, poetry, essays, reviews, et cetera as per the guidelines below. These need not necessarily relate to the theme for the print issue, and can be on any subject or theme. We are also open to suggestions for blog posts. Please feel free to contact the editors at the above email address if you would like to make a suggestion for a piece.
The Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health (JMWH), in conjunction with the American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM) Diversification and Inclusion Task Force, is soliciting manuscripts for the
November/December 2016 continuing education theme issue. We invite submissions that focus on the impact of race and racism in midwifery and women’s health. While race is the disparity of focus, we also welcome manuscripts that address issues of discrimination and bias related to other axes of difference, such as sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, immigration status, or religion. Further, we would be very interested in manuscripts that offer promising practices for working across differences and successful examples of dismantling bias. Specifically, we seek manuscripts examining:
Process of institutional change
Complete descriptions of the JMWH article types and the Journal’s instructions for authors can be found at www.jmwh.org.
The deadline for initial manuscript submission is December 1, 2015.
Please send your proposed topic, type of article, and contact information to JMWH Editor-in-Chief Frances E. Likis, DrPH, NP, CNM, FACNM, FAAN, at firstname.lastname@example.org before beginning to write a manuscript. The Journal and issue editors will evaluate manuscript ideas and advise authors of the suitability of their proposals.
The Journal for Evidence-based Practices in Correctional Health (JEPCH) provides an inclusive forum for presentation of evidence-based practices in correctional healthcare – inclusive of all persons who have had an involvement with the criminal justice system – incarcerated and community-based populations and systems.
Articles of interest include case studies, policy analyses, continuing education articles, review of literature, systematic reviews, methods and research papers, program evaluation, quality improvement projects, and education research.
If you have further questions or concerns about submissions or reviews please contact:
Deborah Shelton, PhD, RN, NE-BC, CCHP, FAAN
Professor, School of Nursing
Director, Center for Correctional Health Networks – CCHNet