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Student Workbook for Anatomy of Writing for Publication for Nurses, Fifth Edition

The student workbook for Anatomy of Writing for Publication for Nurses, Fifth Edition, provides students with multiple practice opportunities to build excellent writing skills, from a single sentence to a published manuscript.

Student Workbook for Anatomy of Writing for Publication for Nurses, Fifth Edition (Physical)
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This student workbook for Anatomy of Writing for Publication for Nurses, Fifth Edition, provides students with multiple practice opportunities to build excellent writing skills.

If you need to make the leap from single sentences to a published manuscript, you will find valuable help and resources in the fully updated fifth edition of Anatomy of Writing for Publication for Nurses. Lead author and editor Cynthia Saver, along with 25 of nursing’s top writing experts and decision-makers, share important insights to help you craft a quality manuscript and get it accepted for publication. The book includes instruction on how to write clinical articles, research reports, review articles, nursing narratives, peer reviews, book chapters, and much more, as well as an overview of the publication process.

Each chapter of the student workbook summarizes that chapter’s material in the main book and includes relevant learning activities so that students can maximize their writing skill set.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Part I: A Primer on Writing and Publishing
  • Chapter 1: Anatomy of Writing
  • Chapter 2: Finding, Refining, and Defining a Topic
  • Chapter 3: How to Select and Query a Publication
  • Chapter 4: Finding and Documenting Sources
  • Chapter 5: Organizing the Article
  • Chapter 6: Writing Skills Lab
  • Chapter 7: All About Graphics
  • Chapter 8: Submissions and Revisions
  • Chapter 9: Writing a Peer Review
  • Chapter 10: Publishing for Global Authors
  • Chapter 11: Legal and Ethical Issues
  • Chapter 12: Promoting Your Work
  • Part II: Tips for Writing Different Types of Articles
  • Chapter 13: Writing the Clinical Article
  • Chapter 14: Writing the Research Report
  • Chapter 15: Writing the Review Article
  • Chapter 16: Reporting the Quality Improvement or Evidence-Based Practice Project
  • Chapter 17: Writing for Presentations
  • Chapter 18: From Student Project or Dissertation to Publication
  • Chapter 19: Writing a Continuing Professional Development Activity
  • Chapter 20: Writing the Nursing Narrative
  • Chapter 21: Think Outside the Journal: Alternative Publication Options
  • Chapter 22: Writing a Book or Book Chapter
  • Chapter 23: Writing for a General Audience

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

CYNTHIA SAVER, MS, RN, of CLS Development, is an award-winning author. She has more than five decades of experience in nursing, including more than four decades of publishing experience as a writer, editor, and senior vice president of editorial teams. Her writing experience includes a 10-part writing for publication series for AORN Journal, research reports, case studies, interviews, clinical articles, and continuing education activities. She has written for many nursing publications, including American Nurse Journal, American Journal of Nursing, AORN Journal, Journal of Nursing Regulation, Nurse Leader, Nursing Management, Nursing Spectrum, The Nurse Practitioner, and OR Manager.