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 as a digital edition, JIN allows readers to easily bookmark content, print resources, and share information.
Note: To view past issues, click on the 3 bars in the top left corner of your digital edition and choose "Archive" or "Contents View" in the menu.
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To receive access to the latest, greatest journal for informatics nurses, become an ANIA member. The journal is free to members! Institutions/hospitals and nonmembers also may subscribe, but without the many other benefits that ANIA membership provides to enhance your nursing career. Click here to view a sample issue of the journal.
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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, RN-BC, at firstname.lastname@example.org with your thoughts on a topic for suggestions and guidance on how you can get started.