The editors of the Journal of Infusion Nursing (JIN) are seeking original manuscripts that present new research, clinical reviews, case studies, and professional development information relevant to the practice of infusion therapy. Articles undergo a process of double-blind peer review. Final selections represent the broad scope of the infusion specialty and draw on the expertise of all health care providers who participate in the delivery of infusion therapy.
Complete instructions can be found at the links below:
- Author Guidelines at http://edmgr.ovid.com/jin/accounts/ifauth.htm
- Submit a Manuscript http://www.editorialmanager.com/jin/default.aspx
JIN is the premier publication of the Infusion Nurses Society (INS). Published bimonthly, this scholarly journal provides up-to-date clinical information on new practices, case studies, techniques, and policies that affect the infusion nursing profession. A leading resource for infusion nurse specialists and other health care professionals for more than 41 years, JIN also contains biannual continuing education tests worth 4.5 contact hours or 10 Certified Registered Nurse Infusion (CRNI®) recertification units.
If you are an INS member, you have unlimited, free access to current and archived issues. Visit https://journals.lww.com/journalofinfusionnursing/pages/default.aspx.
INS is an international nonprofit organization representing infusion nurses and other clinicians who practice infusion therapy. Membership is open to nurses and health care professionals from all practice settings. Learn more at www.ins1.org.
Contact: Leslie Nikou, Associate Managing Editor, Infusion Nurses Society, at (781) 440-9408 x312 or email email@example.com.
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