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Increase Your Chances

Laura Moss, writing for Inside Higher Ed, offers "25 Ways to Increase Your Chances at Publication": https://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2019/05/15/how-increase-your-chances-getting-your-work-published-scholarly-journal-opinion

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CFP: Breast Cancer Book Chapters

I’d like to connect with scholars who have an interest in potentially contributing to a book on breast cancer as it is experienced/understood in North America and the UK. I currently have a contract with British publishing house Peter Lang Oxford for a book tentatively entitled Breast Cancer Unbound.  This volume, scheduled for publication in 2020, is … Continue reading CFP: Breast Cancer Book Chapters

CFP Chronicity and Crisis: Time in the Medical Humanities

CFP: International Medical Humanities Conference Chronicity and Crisis: Time in the Medical Humanities The MSU Medical Humanities Program and ‘Waiting Times’ (a Wellcome Trust funded research project based at the University of Exeter and Birkbeck, University of London, UK) are pleased to announce an international conference on the theme of “Chronicity and Crisis” to be … Continue reading CFP Chronicity and Crisis: Time in the Medical Humanities

CFP: Gender and Trauma: Material, Methods, Media

Gender and Trauma: Material, Methods, Media  2019 Great Lakes History Conference, Grand Valley State University September 20–21, 2019          Grand Rapids, Michigan Co-organized by Jason Crouthamel (Grand Valley State University), Julia B. Köhne (Humboldt University in Berlin), Peter Leese (University of Copenhagen) and Ville Kivimäki (University of Tampere, Finland). Sponsored by the Grand Valley State University … Continue reading CFP: Gender and Trauma: Material, Methods, Media

CFP: Advances in Pediatric/Neonatal Care

Sponsored by Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Learning & Performance Department October 28th to 29th, 2019 Water’s Edge Resort and Spa Westbrook, Connecticut We invite you to submit an abstract for a poster presentation at the Pediatric/Neonatal Conference, Building Brighter Futures. Abstracts of completed research, research in progress, evidence-based practice, concept analysis, integrated reviews, best practice, … Continue reading CFP: Advances in Pediatric/Neonatal Care