CFP: AACN (Faculty Development & Baccalaureate Ed)

The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) invites you to submit YOUR abstract to the Faculty Development Conference and/or the Baccalaureate Education Conference. Content must relate to each conference as stated below and as further outlined in the detailed Call for Abstracts.

We look forward to your submissions!

All submissions are due on August 14.

CFS: Pedagogy in Health Promotion

Submit your manuscript to Pedagogy in Health Promotion


Pedagogy in Health Promotion: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (PHP) advances pedagogy through contributions in areas such as curriculum and course/program design, assessment, and administration relevant to teaching and learning. The content of the journal is especially relevant to instructors or trainers who provide continuing professional education in the broad arena of health promotion and disease prevention. The quarterly journal welcomes works addressing the art and science of teaching and learning, and how it contributes to the formation and ongoing development of the health promotion professional working in any site and with a range of populations.

CFS: The Journal of School Nursing

Submit your paper to The Journal of School Nursing


Why publish in The Journal of School Nursing?

  • Rigorous peer review of your scholarly work
  • Rapid online publication
  • Article-level metrics provide indicators of online impact and reach
  • Affiliation with the National Association of School Nurses

The Journal of School Nursing (JOSN) provides a bimonthly, peer-reviewed forum for improving the health of school children and the community. The JOSN engages a broad range of clinicians, scholars and community leaders through scholarly articles, including original research, research reviews, evidenced-based innovations in clinical practice or policy, brief research reports and letters to the editor.

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Submit your manuscript to the Journal of Research in Nursing


Benefits of publishing in this journal include:

  • Rigorous peer review of your research
  • Indexing in Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) and SCOPUS
  • High visibility for global exposure
  • Internationally respected journal Editors

The Journal of Research in Nursing (JRN) is a leading peer reviewed journal that blends good research with contemporary debates about policy and practice. JRN contributes knowledge to nursing practice, research and local, national and international health and social care policy. Each issue contains a variety of papers and review commentaries within a specific theme. The editors are advised and supported by a board of key academics, practitioners and policy makers of international standing.

CFP: Social Justice in Forensic Nursing

Journal of Forensic Nursing Special Issue:  Social Justice in Forensic Nursing

Deadline for Submission September 1, 2017

The Journal of Forensic Nursing is currently seeking original articles, review papers, and case reports for a special issue to be published in 2018 highlighting research and scholarship related to social justice issues and forensic nursing. Researchers, clinicians, educators, and others whose work interfaces social justice, violence, issues in criminal justice, and forensic nursing, are invited to submit articles.

We are particularly interested in the following suggested topics, however other topics of relevance to forensic nursing will also be considered:

  • Special considerations in vulnerable populations
  • Trauma informed care
  • Advocacy
  • Role and responsibility of the nurse in social justice
  • Access to care
  • Policy implications
  • Social determinants of health
  • Ethical practice
  • Health equity
  • Application of social justice principles in practice
  • People with complex healthcare needs
  • Social justice and nursing education

All submissions should explicitly connect to forensic nurses and forensic nursing practice. 

Special Guest Editors

Sr. Rosemary Donley, PhD, APRN, FAAN, Professor, Jacques Laval Chair for Social Justice, Duquesne University School of Nursing

 Alison M. Colbert, PhD, PHCNS-BC, Associate Professor, Duquesne University School of Nursing

Authors are requested to indicate in their submission letter that they wish their manuscript to be considered for the special issue on Social Justice in Forensic Nursing.  For further information please contact Dr. Alison Colbert at or Editor-in-Chief, Professor Cindy Peternelj-Taylor at

The Journal of Forensic Nursing is a peer reviewed journal, published quarterly by Wolters Kluwer. For detailed information regarding instructions for authors and submission guidelines please visit


CFP: Connecting Research, Practice and Community for Improved Outcomes

CFP: Conference on Community Engagement and Healthcare Improvement
Connecting Research, Practice and Community for Improved Outcomes

San Antonio Texas, September 12-13, 2017 at the Historic Menger Hotel
Registration is now open
Registration fee: $500 Fee will increase on August 1st to $575
Go to the conference site

Call for Podium Presentations
Abstracts chosen for podium presentations will be placed in a breakout session;
each presentation will last approximately 25 minutes.  Deadline to submit is June 23, 2017
Click here for detailed information

Call for Knowledge Market
Knowledge Market is designed to:

  • Connect patients, community partners, and healthcare providers
  • Stimulate knowledge sharing
  • Accelerate research, practice and patient outcome cycle
  • Find solutions to healthcare challenges
  • Submit for Poster, A Booth or Both  Click here for detailed information
  • Submission deadline is July 24, 2017, but space is limited to submit early!

Continuing Education: 

University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio School of Nursing is an approved provider by the Texas State Board of Social Workers Examiners.

CFP: Generating and Translating Evidence for Teaching Practice (NLN/STTI)

You are invited to participate in “Generating and Translating Evidence for Teaching Practice,” the NLN/STTI biannual Nursing Education Research Conference (NERC) in Washington, DC, from April 19-21, 2018.

Please consider submitting an abstract by June 15, 2017. Being accepted for presentation gives you the opportunity to publish and to disseminate your work in nursing education research and evidence-based teaching practices.

Abstracts are encouraged from research and evidence-based practices focused on the following topics:

bullet Multi-Site/Multi-Method Studies
bullet Instrument Development and Testing
bullet Meta-Analysis Studies
bullet Technology to Improve Nursing Education and Practice
bullet Innovations in Collaborative Practice

Submit your abstracts at the submission page.

Of course, regardless of whether or not you plan to submit an abstract for consideration, on behalf of STTI and the NLN, I encourage you to attend this outstanding nursing education research event.