Tag: creative writing

CFS: Hospital Drive (Creative Writing)

HOSPITAL DRIVE, an online journal launched in the fall of 2006, encourages original creative work that examines themes of health, illness, and healing. Submissions are open to anyone, preferably those involved with providing, teaching, studying, or researching patient care. All submissions are reviewed by the editorial board. Poems, short fiction, personal essays, reviews, photography, and … Continue reading CFS: Hospital Drive (Creative Writing)

CFS: J General Internal Medicine

The Journal of General Internal Medicine seeks two types of high quality work for its Healing Arts section: ·        Text and Context consists of excerpts from literature (novels, short stories, poetry, plays or creative non-fiction) of 200-800 words followed by an accompanying essay of up to 1000 words discussing the significance of the work for … Continue reading CFS: J General Internal Medicine

CFS: Nursing Ed Perspectives (Research & Creative Writing)

The National League for Nursing's Nursing Education Perspectives has a page called "EndNote" where it publishes poetry and very brief essays by nurses, about nursing and nursing education. For more information visit: https://www.nln.org/nlnjournal/generalinfo.htm . In addition, Nursing Education Perspectives is always eager for scholarly submissions for peer review. For more information or inquiries, contact Leslie … Continue reading CFS: Nursing Ed Perspectives (Research & Creative Writing)

CFS: Poems (J of Medical Humanities)

Call for Poems for publication in the Journal of Medical Humanities Poets are invited to submit up to three poems on the theme of birth/beginning/rebirth. Interpretation of the theme (physical, emotional, etc…) remains with the poet and may be addressed directly or indirectly. Poems must be unpublished. Prompt notification is requested if accepted for publication … Continue reading CFS: Poems (J of Medical Humanities)

CFS: Creative Nursing

Creative Nursing is an issue focused journal, unique in its recognition of the values inherent in the nursing profession. Excellence and professionalism are not exclusive to any one discipline or specialty, and the editors of Creative Nursing are dedicated to developing nursing leaders at all levels and in all settings. Each issue of Creative Nursing: … Continue reading CFS: Creative Nursing