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Written by the editor of a cutting-edge nursing journal, Outcomes Management , this book doubles as a textbook for graduate students in nursing and as a reference book for nurses. Designed to describe the process of writing for publication, the book discusses writing various types of articles for publication in journals; structuring different types of articles; submitting materials; and strategies for dealing with editorial issues. Information about electronic publishing and writing for online journals is included. Useful features include summaries, reference lists, and online writing strategies. Chapter examples enliven text presentation.

Written by the editor of a cutting-edge nursing journal, Outcomes Management,this book doubles as a textbook for graduate students in nursing and as a reference book for nurses. Designed to describe the process of writing for publication, the book discusses writing various types of articles for publication in journals; structuring different types of articles; submitting materials; and strategies for dealing with editorial issues. Information about electronic publishing and writing for online journals is included. Useful features include summaries, reference lists, and online writing strategies. Chapter examples enliven text presentation.

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Reviewer: Diane M Tomasic, EdD, RN (Slippery Rock University )
Description: This book describes the process of writing for publication beginning with the idea and culminating in the development of the final paper. It can be used in conjunction with a style manual.
Purpose: The purpose is to serve as a reference for individuals who need to learn how to write papers for a course or for publication. This is particularly useful for nursing students, especially when nursing programs expect students to demonstrate competency in writing as a program outcome.
Audience: The target audience is beginning and experienced authors, nurses wanting to learn how to write and publish articles, and graduate students wanting to learn how to write research reports and clinical articles.
Features: This book simplifies the writing process by aiding the reader in understanding how to develop a manuscript and to submit it for publication. It describes each step of the process from generating the idea and identifying the audience to the actual publication process. The author has a user friendly approach. Each chapter provides the basic information to guide the prospective writer through each step of the process.
Assessment: This book should be quite useful as a reference for its target audience. With the emphasis on writing competency in nursing programs, it would be a worthwhile purchase for a student nurse wanting to write for publication or complete a term paper. In fact, it is a good purchase for any nurse who anticipates writing for publication.

5 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780781725552
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 1/28/2002
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 336
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface

SECTION I PREPARING TO WRITE

1 Getting Started 3

2 Selecting a Journal 17

3 Authorship and Preparing to Write 33

4 Reviewing the Literature 47

SECTION II WRITING RESEARCH, EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE, AND CLINICAL PRACTICE ARTICLES

5 Writing Research Articles 89

6 Review and Evidence-Based Practice Articles 137

7 Clinical Practice Articles 165

SECTION III CHAPTERS, BOOKS, AND OTHER FORMS OF WRITING

8 Other Types of Writing 189

9 Books and Book Chapters 203

SECTION IV THE WRITING PROCESS

10 Writing Process 221

11 References 259

12 Tables and Figures 271

SECTION V FINAL PAPER THROUGH PUBLICATION

13 Final Paper and Submission to Journal 291

14 Editorial Review Process 307

15 Publishing Process 333

APPENDICES

Appendix 1 Selected Statistical Symbols and áAbbreviations 347

Appendix 2 Unnecessary Words in Writing 349

Appendix 3 Guidelines and Resources for Preparing Manuscripts 351

Index 353

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