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

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

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.

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.

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