The Journal of Informatics Nursing (JIN) is the official publication of the American Nursing Informatics Association (ANIA). The digital journal is published quarterly for members of ANIA. Each issue offers a continuing nursing education (CNE) activity, regular columns, and a variety of feature articles on various topics impacting nurse informaticists. Delivered in a "Dynamic Edition" format, JIN allows readers to easily bookmark content, print resources, and share information.
For our premier issue, we are offering free access to everyone to allow you to get a taste of all the great things to come! Simply click the link below to begin reading now.
Note: To view past digital issues, click on the snowflake in the top right corner of your digital edition (or click on the 3 bars in the top left corner) and choose "Contents View" in the menu.
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Call for Authors
ANIA is seeking authors to write for JIN. Are you a novice author? Nervous about submitting to a peer reviewed publication? No problem! We welcome submissions from both seasoned authors and beginners alike. The journal does not solely focus on research, but is inclusive of a variety of different topics relevant to day-to-day practice. Writing for a scholarly publication is a process, and we are always excited to help first-time writers. After you read through the guidelines below, you can send an email to Editor Elizabeth Elkind, PhD, MSN, MBA, RNC-OB, at email@example.com with your thoughts on a topic for suggestions and guidance on how you can get started.
Guidelines for Article Submission
All submitted articles are reviewed by the Editor and then sent for blind review. Acceptance of articles is based on the peer reviews and is the decision of the Editor. All accepted articles may undergo editorial revision to conform to the standards of the publication and/or improve clarity.
Preparation of the Manuscript
Please follow the Guidelines for Authors when preparing your manuscript. Prior to submission, please download and complete the author Copyright Release Form. This form (one from each author) should be sent with your initial manuscript. Articles for consideration should be emailed to the Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Articles submitted for publication should not be under consideration by other publications. Following review by the Editor, authors will receive a notification of the article's status.
Articles should be written using the style of the APA Publication Manual, 6th edition. Information regarding APA style is available at http://www.apastyle.org, http://www.docstyles.com/apacrib.htm, and http://www.psywww.com/resource/apacrib.htm