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- 04/20/18--04:00: Featured: Integrating Reflection in Writing
- 05/05/18--04:00: Featured: The Discussion Section of a Manuscript
- 05/20/18--04:00: Featured: Research Brief: The Woodhull Study Revisited
- 06/05/18--04:00: Dealing with Rejection Disappointment
- 06/20/18--04:00: Gold, Green, or Diamond: Which is Best?
- 07/05/18--04:00: Featured: Mythbusters: Society Membership and Publishing
- 07/20/18--04:00: Featured: Why Are So Few Nursing Science Papers Retracted?
- 08/05/18--04:00: Featured: Editor Role: Manuscript Decisions Early On
- 08/20/18--04:00: Online Literacy Skills Applied to the Sources You Cite
- 09/05/18--04:00: Think. Check.WRITE.Submit.
- 09/20/18--04:00: Featured: Podcasting: An Effective Way of Disseminating Your Work
- 10/05/18--04:00: Selecting Keywords for your Manuscript
- 10/20/18--04:00: Guard Your Academic Writing “A” Time
- 11/05/18--04:00: Mapping Your Way to Successful Writing
- 11/20/18--04:00: Featured: Grammar: What It Is, and What It Is Not
Integrating Reflection in Writing Phillip M. Timcheck nurse author & Editor, 2018, 28(2), 2 Reflection is frequently mentioned in the literature as a learning activity, primarily as a means to engage the mind and to promote learning from previous experiences. Reflection is used in education in a variety of ways, from reflecting on an experience […]
Starting the “Discussion” Section of a Manuscript Roger Watson Nurse Author & Editor, 2018, 28(2), 3 In my work around the world, delivering writing for publication workshops, a frequent question is: “How do you start writing the Discussion section of a manuscript?” It is worth noting that the question is not: “How do you write […]
The Woodhull Study Revisted: Nurses’ Representation in Health News Media Diana J. Mason, Barbara Glickstein, Laura Nixon, Kristi Westphaln, Sarah Han, Kimberly Acquaviva nurse author & Editor, 2018, 28(2), 4 The results of this research were presented at a press conference held on May 8, 2018, at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. Click […]
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Dealing with the Disappointment of the “Reject” or “Revise” Letter Peggy L. Chinn Nurse Author & Editor, 2018, 28(2), 5. “My article was rejected and I have not looked at it since.” “The Editor said I need to make major revisions to my manuscript, and I just gave up.” These are real responses to the […]
Gold, Green, or Diamond: Which is Best? Roger Watson Nurse Author & Editor, 2018, 28(2), 6. With the advent of open access publishing a new terminology has arisen to help people understand the various ways to get their works into print. What are these routes, how do they differ, and how do we decide among […]
Mythbusters: Society Membership and Publishing Leslie H. Nicoll Nurse Author & Editor, 2018, 28(3), 1 Editor’s Note: This is an 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 […]
Why Are So Few Nursing Science Papers Retracted? Richard Gray Nurse Author & Editor, 2018, 28(3), 2 Retraction is an important part of the scientific method. Research that is flawed—because of error or fabrication of data—is removed from the scientific record. In clinical disciplines, practice based on unsound observations may result in patients being given […]
What Does an Editor Actually Do: Decisions about Manuscripts at the Point of Submission Jacqueline Owens Nurse Author & Editor, 2018, 28(3), 3 You are writing a scholarly article, alone or with co-authors. Perhaps one of your faculty was impressed with your academic work and suggested that you pursue publication. Maybe your employer has a […]
Online Literacy Skills Applied to the Sources You Cite Peggy L. Chinn Nurse Author & Editor, 2018, 28(3), 4 Scholarly publishing and publication literacy has always been a realm of knowledge that is absolutely essential for everyone who engages in education. This starts at the preschool level when youngsters are first introduced to the idea […]
Think. Check.WRITE.Submit. Leslie H. Nicoll Nurse Author & Editor, 2018, 28(3), 5 Think.Check.Submit is an online initiative that is designed “to help researchers identify trusted journals for their research” (thinkchecksubmit.org, n.d.). The cornerstone of the site is an easy-to-use checklist that has been translated into more than 30 languages, although the campaign also has posters, […]
Podcasting: An Effective Way of Disseminating Your Work Roger Watson Nurse Author & Editor, 2018, 28(3), 6 Ever considered making a podcast? If you are not sure what a podcast is, it’s a sound or video file that can be downloaded to your own computer or mobile device. The fact that podcasts can be downloaded […]
Selecting Keywords for your Manuscript Marilyn H. Oermann and Beverly Murphy Nurse Author & Editor, 2018, 28(4), 1 Most journals ask authors to include keywords with their manuscript submissions. Keywords are the terms and phrases that represent the main topics in the paper. They are important because keywords are used by potential readers when searching for […]
Guard Your Academic Writing “A” Time Lynn B. Clutter Nurse Author & Editor, 2018, 28(4), 2 During the busyness of life in the academic world, it is critically important to guard time for writing. This task is difficult to do with the tyranny of urgent and myriad faculty requirements. Typically, writing energy and time is […]
Mapping Your Way to Successful Writing Carol V. McIlhenny and Teresa Shellenbarger Nurse author & Editor, 2018, 28(4), 3 Students, faculty, and even accomplished authors sometimes struggle to get started with their writing activities. To create a well-constructed paper, they must organize various pieces of information into a cohesive written product. Some authors may only […]
Grammar: What It Is, and What It Is Not Thomas Lawrence Long Nurse Author & Editor, 2018, 28(4), 4 In my role providing writing support services in the University of Connecticut’s Center for Nursing Scholarship and Innovation, I often work with faculty and doctoral students in interpreting journal manuscript reviewers’ and editors’ reports. When researchers […]