2018, Volume 28

Issue 1, March 2018

  1. The Manuscript Option Dissertation: Dissemination and Challenges, Marion E. Broome
  2. Reference Letters and the Specter of Publications in Predatory Journals, Jacqueline K. Owens and Peggy Chinn
  3. What Does an Editor Do? Creates a Succession Plan, Teresa Shellenbarger and Patricia S. Yoder-Wise
  4. I Say “Introduction”; You Say “Background, Roger Watson
  5. From Doc to Post-Doc to Career: The Transition from Nursing Student to Nursing Scholar, Thomas Lawrence Long
  6. Publons: The Solution to Several Long-Standing Problems, Roger Watson

Issue 2, June 2018

  1. Mythbusters: Self-Embargo, Leslie Nicoll
  2. Integrating Reflection in Writing, Phillip M. Timcheck
  3. Starting the “Discussion” Section of a Manuscript, Roger Watson
  4. Research Brief: The Woodhull Study Revisited, Diana J. Mason et al.
  5. Dealing with the Disappointment of the “Reject” or “Revise” Letter, Peggy L. Chinn
  6. Gold, Green, or Diamond: Which is Best?, Roger Watson

Issue 3, September 2018

  1. Mythbusters: Society Membership and Publishing, Leslie H. Nicoll
  2. Why Are So Few Nursing Science Papers Retracted? Richard Gray
  3. What Does an Editor Actually Do: Decisions About Manuscripts at the Point of Submission, Jacqueline Owens
  4. Online Literacy Skills Applied to the Sources You Cite, Peggy L. Chinn
  5. Think. Check. WRITE. Submit, Leslie H. Nicoll
  6. Podcasting: An Effective Way of Disseminating Your Work, Roger Watson

Issue 4, December 2018

  1. Selecting Keywords for Your Manuscript, Marilyn Oermann and Beverly Murphy

2. Guard Your Academic Writing “A” Time, Lynn Clutter

3. Mapping Your Way to Successful Writing, Carol V. McIlhenny and Teresa Shellenbarger

4. Grammar: What It Is, and What It is Not, Thomas Lawrence Long

5. Civility in Nursing Peer Review, Jennifer Chicca and Teresa Shellenbarger

6. Point/Counterpoint: Getting Started on Writing a Manuscript, Roger Watson and Leslie H. Nicoll