Publication Year: 2019
Edition: 3rd. Ed
Authors/Editor: Nicoll, Leslie H.; Chinn, Peggy L.
The completely updated third edition of The Editor’s Handbook is an invaluable resource to all those involved in various aspects of scholarly writing in nursing.
Both novice and experienced editors will no doubt find the information quite useful, as they did the first two editions. Although the main focus of the handbook is on the editors of nursing journals, all types of nurse writers will appreciate the extensive details and helpful tips. Nurses who are in the process of preparing manuscripts for publication can use the handbook to enhance their success at journal acceptance by getting a unique view of the editor’s role and perspective.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: The Meaning of “Editor,” “Journal,” and How You Do Your Work
Chapter 2: Manuscripts: The Heart of Your Journal
Chapter 3: A Valuable Asset: Your Editorial Board
Chapter 4: The Folks You Can’t Live Without: Peer Reviewers
Chapter 5: Communicating with Authors
Chapter 6: From Manuscript to Finished Product: Producing a Journal
Chapter 7: Ethical Issues for Authors, Editors, and Publishers
Chapter 8: Variations on a Theme: Features, Continuing Education, Supplements, and More
Chapter 9: Bibliographic Databases and Indexing
Chapter 10: Beyond Your Pages: Publicity and Collaboration
Chapter 11: Resources for Editors