Editor-in-Chief: Kathryn Schroeter, PhD, RN, CNOR
ISSN: 1078-7496
Online ISSN: 1932-3883
Frequency: 6 issues / year
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Articles that have been selected as award winners for 2013 (see below) have been made free access so that you may access and share. 

From the Online Editor

    The July/August Issue of the Journal is now available online.  This is an electronic issue only so must be accessed online.

 

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Featured Video

2013 Writing Clinical/Pediatric Article award winner, Chris McKenna, speaks about her article for JTN.

"Implementation of a Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment Program Using the Electronic Medical Record in a Pediatric Trauma Center"


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Writer's Helps

Want to write an evidence-based article for JTN but a bit uncertain as to what constitutes "evidence-based"? Here are some helpful videos to assist you.  Happy Writing!! 

Call for Manuscripts

Click here for a current listing of current article needs.
 

Information for Peer Reviewers

CE for Peer Reviewers- Obtain CE credit for doing peer reviews.  

Article: Peer Review for Professional Publications
Article: How to Phrase Feedback in Peer Reviews for Authors

 

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