The Institute of Medicine announced today that its report The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health continues to be IOM's "Most Read" report (available free in on-line digital format).
The Journal of Gerontological Nursing, the only monthly publication in the field, provides a forum for all aspects of gerontological nursing with original clinical articles and the latest research in a full-color magazine format. JGN offers researchers and scholars: Time from acceptance to publication of 3-6 months. Publication in a journal accepted by ISI Web … Continue reading CFS: J Gerontological Nursing
Reported in Inside Higher Ed (8 March 2010): Enrollments are up 20 percent in doctoral nursing programs, according to data released last week by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing. The increase is important, according to nursing educators, because enrollments in undergraduate programs are increasing only modestly -- despite demand for more nurses -- … Continue reading Inside Higher Ed: Nursing Doctorate Programs See 20% Enrollment Gains
The 19th Calgary (Alberta, Canada) History of Medicine Days Conference – Second Call for Papers Call for Papers Deadline: 2010-02-07 The History of Medicine Days are an annual two-day nation-wide conference held at the University of Calgary in which undergraduate and early graduate students from across Canada and the United States give 10-12 minute presentations … Continue reading CFP: Calgary History of Medicine Student Conference
Philosophizing Social Justice in Nursing: The 14th International Philosophy of Nursing Conference in Association with the International Philosophy of Nursing Society (IPONS) September 20-22, 2010, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Mark your calendars and plan to attend the 14th International Philosophy of Nursing Conference sponsored by the University of British Columbia School of Nursing in Vancouver, … Continue reading CFP: Philosophizing Social Justice in Nursing
Care Management Journals now conveniently combines two must-read publications in case management and home care. Created from two well-established and authoritative journals in the field, this new publication offers a digest of contemporary expertise in the home care field. The main goal of the Journal of Case Management is to disseminate relevant information pertinent to … Continue reading CFS: Care Management Journals
The 34th Annual American Assembly for Men in Nursing Conference, "Men in Nursing: Making a Difference," will be held October 23-24, 2009 at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza in Cincinnati, Ohio and hosted by The Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. To Register go to http://aamn.org/conference-registration.html or visit our website at http://aamn.org/index.html and click on the … Continue reading Conference: “Men in Nursing: Making a Difference”
National Association of Hispanic Nurses 34th Annual Conference Hispanic Nurses: Creating Pathways to Reduce Health Disparities July 21-24, 2009, Crowne Plaza Riverwalk Hotel, San Antonio, Texas We invite the submission of abstracts for Podium Presentation and Poster Presentation Submission Deadline January 15, 2009 Click here http://nursing.uthscsa.edu/CE_Events/NAHN.shtml to find details. The 2009 conference will have a … Continue reading CFS: Health Disparities (Hispanic Nurses Conference)
The Nephrology Nursing Journal (http://nephrologynursing.net/) seeks manuscripts related to the care of nephrology patients at all levels (Stages 1-5 CKD), on all renal replacement therapies, and on co-morbid conditions generally experienced by patients with CKD/ESRD. For more information, visit its Web site and click on "Author Guidelines."
Correctional Health Today (CHT), the interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal of ACA's Healthcare Professional Interest section, is seeking quality submissions for upcoming issues. CHT will include articles on a range of correctional health care issues in all areas of corrections adult, juvenile, jails and community/ reentry. All peer-reviewed articles must meet rigorous standards and can represent a … Continue reading CFS: Correctional Health Today