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Leslie H. Nicoll, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN Editor-in-Chief

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    Finding Your Voice and Writing Well: Situating Others Within the Text Peggy L. Chinn Nurse Author & Editor, 2017, 27(2), 6 The second big challenge related to “voice” and a good writing style involves how you treat others in relation to your ideas. This article builds on the previous one titled “Finding Your Voice and […]

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  • 07/05/17--04:00: YouTube for Nurse Authors
  • YouTube for Nurse Authors Jessica Nishikawa Nurse Author & Editor, 2017, 27(3), 1 Introduction Access to scholarly information has traditionally been limited to journals and textbooks which are costly and limit dissemination potential, especially internationally and to those outside of academia. This has given birth to a growing open access movement, highlighting the need for […]

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  • 07/20/17--04:00: Publication Metrics
  • Publication Metrics Jamie L. Conklin and Marilyn H. Oermann Nurse Author & Editor, 2017, 27(3), 2 Are you familiar with the metrics used to describe the impact of journals and your work?  How are others using your articles in their own research, teaching, and clinical practice? The goal of this article is to describe various publication […]

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  • 08/05/17--04:00: Writing for The Conversation
  • Writing for The Conversation Roger Watson Nurse Author & Editor, 2017, 27(3), 3 If you have not heard of The Conversation, I would urge you to check their website before reading on. The Conversation is an online newspaper but with a specific authorship; it is written exclusively by academics. The motto of The Conversation is […]

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    Editorial Independence and the Society Editor Jan Odom-Forren Nurse Author & Editor, 2017, 27(3), 4 The subject of editorial independence is discussed often when editors meet—whether the journal affiliation is with a society or owner-publisher. Editors with society journals have specific hazards as they maintain editorial independence. The society boards have been known to push […]

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    Resources for Nursing Editors, Authors, and Peer Reviewers Geraldine S. Pearson and Kristen Overstreet Nurse Author & Editor, 2017, 27(3), 5 At the most recent International Academy of Nursing Editors (INANE) meeting in Denver, Colorado, we presented a poster summarizing resources for editors, authors, and peer reviewers. This poster generated lively discussion and there were […]

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  • 09/20/17--04:00: Issues of Authorship
  • Issues of Authorship: Who and in What Order? Laura C. Hein and Peggy Chinn Nurse Author & Editor, 2017, 27(3), 6 Recently Laura, the first author on this article, asked Peggy, the second author, a “quick question,” expecting a quick response: “APA says authorship is in sequence by contribution. A colleague is adamant that nursing […]

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    Transforming the Ultimate Paper: Hints for Authors Leslie H. Nicoll Nurse Author & Editor, 2017, 27(4), 1 You’ve done it. You finished your research study or scholarly project, written the dissertation/capstone/thesis, had it approved by your advisor/committee, graduated, and received your degree. Congratulations! Your “ultimate paper” is on file in the university repository where it […]

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  • 10/20/17--04:00: Reporting Guidelines
  • Reporting Guidelines:  Tools for Preparing your Manuscript Marilyn H. Oermann Nurse Author & Editor, 2017, 27(4), 2 Your research is not complete until you disseminate the findings in the peer-reviewed literature. By reporting your findings, they are available for others to critique and, if appropriate, to use in their own settings. Dissemination is critical to […]

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    Achieving Great Grammar Jennifer Chicca and Teresa Shellenbarger Nurse Author & Editor, 2017, 27(4), 3 Many students and nurses have good ideas that could be shared with colleagues through publication. Unfortunately, they may not pursue publication. Potential authors offer a variety of reasons for not writing including a lack of time, having trouble refining a topic, […]

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    Standalone Interviews Do Not Equal Qualitative Research Tom Christenberry Nurse Author & Editor, 2017, 27(4), 4 Knowledge development flying under the flag of science is extremely widespread (Eisner, 1981). Nurse scientists, whether engaged in quantitative or qualitative studies, commit to systematic and rigorous research methodologies. Observance of well-defined and orderly scientific methodologies limits the possibility […]

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    Politics and Professional Nursing Journals Peggy Chinn and Shawn Kennedy Nurse Author & Editor, 2017, 27(4), 5 Professional journals, while dedicated to the concerns of a particular discipline, are published in a cultural and political context that inevitably affects the content of the journal. Nursing journals are no exception and there are multitudes of issues […]

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    What Does an Editor-in-Chief Actually Do: The View from the Journal of Advanced Nursing Roger Watson Nurse Author & Editor, 2017, 27(4), 6 I recall a television programme about a famous orchestra with a distinguished conductor. The conductor was being filmed putting the orchestra through its paces prior to an important performance and he was […]

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    The Manuscript Option Dissertation: Dissemination and Challenges Marion E. Broome Nurse Author & Editor, 2018, 28(1), 1 Introduction Dissemination of a student’s dissertation findings is always a goal of doctoral (PhD) students and their faculty committees. In most cases the dissertation is the culmination of an average of four years engaging in an in-depth study […]

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    Reference Letters and the Specter of Publications in Predatory Journals Jacqueline K. Owens and Peggy Chinn Nurse Author & Editor, 2018, 28(1), 2 In the course of your professional duties, you may be asked to provide a recommendation or review the scholarly work of a peer. Nurses in academic or editorial roles often serve as […]

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    What Does an Editor Do? Creates a Succession Plan Teresa Shellenbarger and Patricia S. Yoder-Wise Nurse Author & Editor, 2018, 28(1), 3 Through a variety of sources such as those published in Nurse Author & Editor, many readers know the basics of what an editor does (Miller & Burke, 2017; Watson, 2013; Watson, 2017). These […]

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    I Say “Introduction”; You Say “Background” Roger Watson Nurse Author & Editor, 2018, 28(1), 4 I think the Introduction and the Background to an academic paper are different things and both essential. Some journals do not specify either; some only specify one. My journals, Journal of Advanced Nursing and Nursing Open, specify both and I […]

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    From Doc to Post-Doc to Career: The Transition from Nursing Student to Nursing Scholar Thomas Lawrence Long Nurse author & Editor, 2018, 28(1), 5 The new assistant professor came to me with several questions: How do I extract material from my dissertation to write journal articles? How do I select the journals to which I […]

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    Publons: The Solution to Several Long-Standing Problems Roger Watson Nurse Author & Editor, 2018, 28(1), 6 As an editor – and I edit two journals – I am aware that one of the major difficulties of the role is finding reviewers for manuscripts. I am also aware that many people who purport to be reviewers […]

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    Mythbusters: Self-Embargo Leslie H. Nicoll Nurse Author & Editor, 2018, 28(2), 1 Editor’s Note: This is the first article in an occasional series where the author will take on a myth that exists in writing and publishing and either “bust it” or confirm its veracity. If you have a myth that you would like us […]

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