Excellent set of tips on strategies to create interest in several parts of a publication. "What you write and how you present it in your initial draft will need additional work if it is to appear in print . . . . [you must work] on creating interest in the readers mind."
This article discusses writing the abstract in a way that encourages others to read the full article. Lists the elements of an abstract and describes the importance of constructing an interesting summary of the full article.
This article contrasts the structure and presentation of an article for publication with writing for university assessment. The basic framework of a potential article is succinctly described, emphasizing the structural elements and their relationships in formal writing.
This article lists areas nursing and healthcare related journals publish. ". . . the right article content, pitched at the right level, at the right time in right style submitted to the right journal" increase chances of successful publication. [see more . . .]
Writing about a real person's experience and describing the context of a case helps communicate important facts and discussion points and share innovative practice and holistic care approaches. This article offers suggestions of ways case studies can contribute to knowledge in nursing by sharing real stories about real people.
This article offers tips for developing a conference abstract, including the importance of following conference guidelines, and how to convey factual and complex information in an appealing and informative format.
This summary describes the important building blocks to planning and developing a successful publication. Dr. Fowler encourages nurses to be motivated and learn the processes and structures of professional writing--to promote nursing expertise and knowledge.