Wednesday, January 18, 2012

More tips for getting published in the nursing literature!

Last year the British Journal of Nursing published a compilation of articles for nurses on publishing in the professional literature. Tips include recommendations on getting started, writing structure, and how to choose the right journal. The entire series is available to St. Joseph Hospital, Orange and CHOC staff through the Burlew Medical Library's CINAHL database.

Writing for professional publication. Part 1: Motivation.
Fowler J
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2010 Sep 9; 19(16): 1062.

Writing for professional publication. Part 2: Subject matter.
Fowler J
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2010 Sep 23; 19(17): 1121.

Writing for professional publication. Part 3: Following journal guidelines.
Fowler J
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2010 Oct 28; 19(19): 1260.

Writing for professional publication. Part 4: Supporting your statements.
Fowler J
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2010 Nov 25; 19(21): 1374.

Writing for professional publication. Part 5: Creating interest.
Fowler J
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2011 Jan 13; 20(1): 49.

Writing for professional publication. Part 6: Writing the abstract.
Fowler J
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2011 Jan 27; 20(2): 120.

Writing for professional publication. Part 7: Structure and presentation.
Fowler, J
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2011 Feb 10; 20(3): 190.

Writing for professional publication. Part 8: Targeting the right journal
Fowler, J
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2011 Feb 23; 20(4): 254.

Writing for professional publication. Part 9: Using client case studies.
Fowler, J
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2011 Mar 10; 20(5): 330.

Writing for professional publication. Part 10: Publishing a project report.
Fowler, J
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2011 Apr 14; 20(6): 371.

Writing for professional publication. Part 11: Writing conference.
Fowler, J
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2011 Apr 21; 20(7): 451.

Writing for professional publication. Part 12: Summary of the series.
Fowler, J
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2011 Apr 28; 20(8): 509.

2 comments:

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Nurssing is an extremely fulfilling profession, as you get to be able to help individuals on a day to day time frame - whether you are a Midwife or GP Doctor, or operating in a medical. It can also be very complicated and traumatic, and you will have to have an positive perspective and excellent plan style to be effective.

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Thanks! This gave me some ideas on where to go next with my writing.