Issue scheduled on “Technologies, Nursing & Health”

Posted on May 29, 2014 by

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We have just scheduled the issue topic for ANS Volume 39:1 – Technologies, Nursing & Health!  Manuscripts for this issue will be due no later than July 15, 2015, but we accept manuscripts for review before the due date if you want to have some extra time for revisions after the manuscript review process.  Here is the description of what we seek for this issue:

Vol 39:1 – Technologies, Nursing & Health Nursing, of necessity, has adapted over the past half century to the burgeoning presence of technology that has been developed for the diagnosis and treatment of sickness and disease. For this issue of ANS we seek scholarly works that extend the critical analysis of technologies from a nursing perspective, and works that provide evidence upon which to build nursing practice in ways that balance the use of appropriate technologies with the person-to-person relationship and caring that is central to nursing practice. We welcome articles that present empirical research, philosophic analyses, and development of theoretical models that inform the appropriate use of technology. Date manuscripts are due: July 15, 2015

As a reminder, here is the lineup of all of our future topics with manuscript due dates:

Patterns of health behavior
Vol 38:1 –   March 2015
Manuscript Due Date: July 15, 2014

For this issue of ANS we seek manuscripts that focus on nursing perspectives related to specific health behavior patterns (for example fear, hope, despair, uncertainty, inner strength). Manuscripts can be based on empiric evidence related to these patterns as factors in health and illness, conceptual and theoretic developments, or philosophic perspectives grounded in nursing. We particularly welcome articles that provide direction for the development of nursing practice.

Models of Care for the Future
Vol 38:1 –   June 2015
Manuscript Due Date: October 15, 2014

As nations worldwide seek to establish models of care that provide quality and efficiency, nurse leaders are emerging to play a significant role in the development of these models. For this issue of ANS we are seeking manuscripts that provide theoretical underpinnings of creative models of care, as well as evidence that supports their implementation. Manuscripts should be clearly grounded in a nursing perspective; the content can include philosophic, theoretic, empirical or ethical aspects related to the model.

Translational Scholarship
Vol 38:3 –   September 2015
Manuscript Due Date: January 15, 2015

For this issue of ANS we are seeking manuscripts that provide methodologic innovations that bring nursing theory, research and practice together, including translational research, emancipatory and participative approaches. Nursing research reports of studies using these methodologies are welcome, as are manuscripts that provide philosophic, theoretical or methodologic explanations of these approaches to scholarship. Manuscripts should include a strong emphasis on the development of nursing as a discipline.

Veterans Health
Vol 38:4 –   December 2015
Manuscript Due Date: April 15, 2015

Given recent history of international conflict and violence, the health and well-being of those who have served the military of any country world-wide has become a major challenge that influences the well-being of families, communities and nations. For this issue of ANS we seek manuscripts that address nursing perspectives on health care for veterans, their families and communities. We welcome research reports that provide evidence for nursing practice, theoretical and philosophic perspectives, or methodologic issues related to investigating health issues and nursing concerns for this population.

Technologies, Nursing & Health
Vol 39:1 –   March 2016
Manuscript Due Date: July 15, 2015

Nursing, of necessity, has adapted over the past half century to the burgeoning presence of technology that has been developed for the diagnosis and treatment of sickness and disease. For this issue of ANS we seek scholarly works that extend the critical analysis of technologies from a nursing perspective, and works that provide evidence upon which to build nursing practice in ways that balance the use of appropriate technologies with the person-to-person relationship and caring that is central to nursing practice. We welcome articles that present empirical research, philosophic analyses, and development of theoretical models that inform the appropriate use of technology.

Be sure to visit the ANS web site to see our planned issue topics, information for authors, and access to all articles published in ANS since the very first issue in 1978!

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