OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing
has posted three new articles on two previously published OJIN topics: a two part series on Electronic Publishing: How, What and Why?
and The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP): Need for More Dialogue
- Open Access Part I: The Movement, The Issues, and The Benefits, by Jan Nick, PhD, RNC-OB, CNE, ANEF, provides a brief account of the Open Access (OA) movement, introduce new terminology, discuss various OA publishing models, and elucidate issues surrounding the choice to publish in OA journals.
- Open Access Part II: The Structure, Resources, and Implications for Nurses, by Jan Nick, PhD, RNC-OB, CNE, ANEF. In Part II, author Nick describes OA resources and offer suggestions for using these resources in classroom and practice settings.
- From New Nurse Practitioner to Primary Care Provider: Bridging the Transition through FQHC-Based Residency Training by Margaret Flinter, PhD, RN, APRN describes a residency program specifically designed for family nurse practitioners (NPs) intending to practice as primary care providers in federally qualified health centers.
The OJIN journal editors invite you to share your response to previously posted OJIN topics by sending a Letter to the Editor or by submitting a manuscript that will further the discussion of these or any other OJIN topic.
OJIN is the peer-reviewed, online publication of the American Nurses Association.