AACN Publishing Events

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AACN's award-winning journals present evidence-based clinical information on topics from bedside care to the latest clinical research. While you're at NTI, learn how to write or review for these nationally recognized publications so you can share new knowledge and best practices with your colleagues.

  • Publishing in AACN Critical Care Journals: A Session for Aspiring Authors and Reviewers
    Annette M. Bourgault, Cindy L. Munro, Lakshman Swamy, Mary Fran Tracy
    Concurrent C60M426
    Monday, May 20, from noon-1 p.m. in Room 405
    Available on-demand June 15-Oct. 31

    Listen to AACN journal editors, get an overview of AACN's peer-reviewed journals, and learn how to submit a manuscript for publication. Find answers about acceptance criteria, readership, peer review, turnaround time and other aspects of submission and publication. Stay after the session to sign up for a 15-minute consultation with an editor on Tuesday or Wednesday.

  • How to Turn a Poster Presentation Into a Journal Article
    Annette M. Bourgault, Debra L. Siela
    Concurrent C75M370
    Wednesday, May 22, from 2:45-4 p.m. in Room 505
    Available on-demand June 15-Oct. 31

    Learn practical steps to disseminate work from a poster presentation and turn it into a manuscript suitable for publication in a journal such as Critical Care Nurse.
  • AACN Publishing booth
    Tuesday, May 21, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. in booth 1401
    Wednesday, May 22, from 10:15 a.m.-3 p.m. in booth 1401

    Visit our booth to take an online survey for a chance to win a prize, or stop by to chat with our editors and members of the publishing staff. Get copies of American Journal of Critical Care, Critical Care Nurse and AACN Advanced Critical Care. Advanced practice nurses: Show your badge for a free journal subscription. Ask us about the special AACN Advanced Critical Care supplement, now available.

  • One-on-one consultations with current and former AACN editors-in-chief
    Tuesday and Wednesday, May 21-22

    If you're interested in further discussion about your publishing ideas, a limited number of 15-minute consultations are available. Perhaps you want to turn a poster presentation or talk into a manuscript? Maybe you have a specific research question to explore? Sign up in Room 405 after Monday's Q&A (scheduled to end at 1 p.m.) or during exhibit hours at booth 1401.

For more information on AACN's publications, please visit aacnjournals.org.