CFP: Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice

Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice is a biannual, peer reviewed publication focused on presenting articles that demonstrate clinical excellence in the application of evidence-based practice of doctoral nursing. Articles submitted for consideration discuss clinical practice and patient care; case studies; practice issues, including management, scope of practice, and reimbursement; ethical dilemmas, legal issues, and business practices; and innovative methods of teaching and evaluating advanced practice and profiling the scholarly nature of the clinical practice of nursing.

The mission of Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice is to support the advancement of the doctoral practice of nursing.

Seeking:

  • Original Research Contribution
  • Systematic Review with or without Meta-Analysis
  • Quality Improvement Contribution
  • Clinical Briefs
  • Case Studies

CFP: Advances in Nursing Science

The current issue of ANS marks the beginning of the 40th year since ANS first appeared in print!  This first 40th-volume issue features cutting-edge scholarship that builds on previously published work in ANS, and in doing so points toward the future of nursing scholarship and practice.  Throughout the coming year we will celebrate many of the articles published over the past 40 years – works that have enduring significance for the discipline.

Watch for our “Editor’s Pick” articles over the next several weeks, read the articles, and visit our ANS Blog to share your comments.

Peggy L. Chinn, RN, Ph, FAAN
Professor Emerita, University of Connecticut
Editor, Advances in Nursing Science

The primary purposes of Advances in Nursing Science (ANS) are to advance the development of nursing knowledge and to promote the integration of nursing philosophies, theories and research with practice. While the journal provides scholarly articles that have relevance for all health-related disciplines, we are particularly committed to claiming nursing’s rightful place in the development of health knowledge. We expect high scholarly merit and encourage innovative, cutting edge ideas that challenge prior assumptions and that present new, intellectually challenging perspectives. We seek works that speak to global sustainability and that take an intersectional approach, recognizing class, color, sexual and gender identity, and other dimensions of human experience related to health. Manuscripts can be based on any methodology, including scholarly inquiry/research, philosophic and theoretic analysis/synthesis, integrative reviews, and original exploration of diverse approaches to creating nursing knowledge. All submissions must include a statement that addresses the significance of the work for the evolution of the discipline of nursing.

Our future issue topics manuscript submission timelines:

40:3 – General Topics
Manuscript Due Date – Welcomed any time

40:4 – Toxic Stress
Manuscript Due Date – April 15, 2017

41:1 – Evidence Informed Practice
Manuscript Due Date – July 15, 2017

41:2 – Crime, Justice & Health
Manuscript Due Date – October 15, 2017

Always available!

ANS General Topic
Submissions open any time

CFS: Disability and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Reproductive Health Matters journal is now accepting submissions for the the forthcoming issue on Disability and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights.

Submission period: 1 October – 30 November 2016.

For full access to the Call for Papers please visit: http://www.rhmjournal.org.uk/journal/call-papers/

CFP: Women’ s Health

Women’s Health: Call for Papers

Women’s Health focuses on the most important advances and highlights their relevance in the clinical setting. The presentation of Women’s Health has been optimized to deliver essential concise information in an easily assimilable formats -vital for an increasingly time-constrained community. The audience for Women’s Health consists of clinicians, research scientists, decision-makers and a range of professionals in the healthcare community

Why publish with Women’s Health?

  • Global free access to your article, increasing the visibility and reach of your paper
  • Rigorous peer review of your research
  • Indexed in MEDLINE/PubMed
  • Retention of copyright under a Creative Commons license

CFP: Reducing Induction, C-section (JOGNN)

The Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing (JOGNN) is soliciting systematic reviews on interdisciplinary strategies to reduce elective induction of labor, to reduce cesarean deliveries among nulliparous women with single, head down fetuses at 37 weeks or more gestation, or to increase vaginal birth after cesarean delivery.

JOGNN is a premier resource for health care professionals committed to clinical scholarship that advances the health care of women and newborns. With a focus on nursing practice, JOGNN addresses the latest research, practice issues, policies, opinions, and trends in the care of women, childbearing families, and newborns.

Submit here: http://www.editorialmanager.com/jognn/default.aspx

Journal info here: http://www.jognn.org/

CFP: Advances in Nursing Science

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 guest editorial that provides information about the U.S. military research programs that are addressing these significant challenges. In addition, this issue includes a number of “General Topic” articles that extend the discourse in a number of areas of important nursing scholarship. Each article in this issue will be featured on the ANS blog, so I invite you to visit and follow the blog to stay informed about the latest in ANS! Visit our ANS Blog to share your comments.
 
Peggy L. Chinn, RN, PhD, FAAN
Professor Emerita, University of Connecticut
Editor, Advances in Nursing Science
 
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The primary purposes of Advances in Nursing Science (ANS) are to advance the development of nursing knowledge and to promote the integration of nursing philosophies, theories and research with practice. While the journal provides scholarly articles that have relevance for all health-related disciplines, we are particularly committed to claiming nursing’s rightful place in the development of health knowledge. We expect high scholarly merit and encourage innovative, cutting edge ideas that challenge prior assumptions and that present new, intellectually challenging perspectives. We seek works that speak to global sustainability and that take an intersectional approach, recognizing class, color, sexual and gender identity, and other dimensions of human experience related to health. Manuscripts can be based on any methodology, including scholarly inquiry/research, philosophic and theoretic analysis/synthesis, integrative reviews, and original exploration of diverse approaches to creating nursing knowledge. All submissions must include a statement that addresses the significance of the work for the evolution of the discipline of nursing.
 
Our future issue topics manuscript submission timelines:
 
39:4 – Palliative Care
Manuscript Due Date – April 15, 2016
 
40:1 – ANS Retrospective – March 2017
Manuscript Due Date – July 15, 2016
 
40:2 – Toxic Stress- December 2016
Manuscript Due Date – October 15, 2016
 
Always available!
 
ANS General Topic
Submissions open any time

CFS: Brokenness, Healing Journey

The Journal of Humanities in Rehabilitation is proud to announce the publication of our Summer 2015 issue. In this edition we explore the multifaceted nature of brokenness  in our journey towards healing. Together, the contributors in this issue masterfully communicate the importance of recognizing that in our roles as clinicians and educators, patients and students, seeking wholeness means sharing our brokenness and our humanness together in common dialogue.
JHR is a peer-reviewed, multi-media journal using a collaborative model with rehabilitation professionals, patients and their families to gain a greater understanding of the human experience of disability through art, literature and narrative. The purpose of this interdisciplinary journal is to raise the consciousness and deepen the intellect of the humanistic relationship in the rehabilitation sciences. JHR has an open access publishing model, with no fees associated with subscriptions or submissions. You can access the journal by following the links in this email or by going to www.JournalofHumanitiesinRehabilitation.org