Editor-in-Chief: Angela L. Borger, DNP, FNP, DNC
ISSN: 1945-760X
Online ISSN: 1945-7618
Frequency: 6 issues per year
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2016 JDNA Writing Awards


Write, be published, and you could win an award!

Awards will be offered in 3 categories:

*Best Clinical Article*

*Best Research Article*

*People's Choice Award*

 

Use our online submission process to submit your article. All manuscripts published in JDNA in 2016 will be eligible for consideration. There will be one $250 prize for each category, to be awarded at the 2017 annual DNA conference.

If you have any questions, please contact Angela L. Borger, DNP, FNP, DNC, at alborger@aol.com.

Please visit the JDNA Editorial Manager site for more information or to submit a manuscript.


Thank you!


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