Research in Nursing & Health

Cover image for Vol. 39 Issue 3

Edited By: Margaret H. Kearney, PhD, RN, FAAN

Impact Factor: 1.267

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 29/109 (Nursing (Social Science)); 33/111 (Nursing (Science))

Online ISSN: 1098-240X

Virtual Issue - Getting Published

Helpful Editorial Hints for Getting Published, September 2010

Edited by Judith Gedney Baggs

Scholars generally seek access to articles online, but they miss editorials, which provide guidance on getting published. In this issue are multiple editorials from Research in Nursing & Health published between 2004 and 2010. We hope they will be helpful.

October 2010. When R&R is not Rest & Recovery But Revise & Resubmit
Linda H. Bearinger, Lindsay Taliaferro, and Barbara Given

April 2010. Through the Looking Glass: Publishing in a Journal in Another Language or Another Country
Judith Gedney Baggs

February 2010. Getting it Right
Margarete J. Sandelowski

June 2009. Thoughts on the End of the Article: The Implications for Nursing Practice
Patricia T. Becker

December 2008. Polishing Your Shot at the Bull's Eye: The "Please Do" List
Robin D. Froman

October 2008. Hitting the Bull's Eye Rather Than Shooting Yourself Between the Eyes
Robin D. Froman

August 2008. Issues and Rules for Authors Concerning Authorship Versus Acknowledgements, Dual Publication, Self Plagiarism, and Salami Publishing
Judith Gedney Baggs

February 2008. Publishing Pilot Intervention Studies
Patricia T. Becker

April 2007. Words That Should Be Seen But Not Written
Margarete J. Sandelowski

October 2006. Divide and Conquer: Avoiding Duplication in the Reporting of Qualitative Research
Margarete J. Sandelowski

October 2005. Conceptual Frameworks: Issues for Manuscript Review and the Dissemination of Research Findings
Patricia T. Becker

October 2004. Research for Nursing Practice: What Do We Tell Practitioners About Nursing Interventions?
Barbara Given and Charles W. Given