Writing for Publication – Part I

February 11, 2016

Location: NJHA Conference and Event Center, 760 Alexander Rd, Princeton, NJ.

Registration: 8:30am; Program 9:00 – 3:30 pm

Continuing Education Credits: 4.75 hours

Speakers:
Denise Drummond Hayes, MSN, RN, CRNP Senior Clinical Editor, Journals & Special Projects Health Learning, Research & Practice Wolters Kluwer

William L. Holzemer, RN, PhD Dean and Distinguished Professor College of Nursing, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

OVERVIEW:
Whether you’re sharing how your healthcare organization navigated the Magnet journey, or
promoting a case study of reducing harm or research involving a new protocol, writing for
publication requires certain skill sets to set your story apart from others. This day-long program is
designed to introduce writing for publication to the professional interested in being published in
healthcare literature.

OBJECTIVES:
1. List the sections of a well-written manuscript
2. Explain the differences of presenting numerical and textual data
3. Differentiate ethical principles that guide research
4. Recall two areas critical to successful manuscript submission.

TARGET AUDIENCE:
Physicians, nurses, directors of quality, pharmacists, long term care administrators, assisted living
administrators, clinical and non-clinical educators.

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