Reviewing for Clinical Simulation in Nursing: A Hands-on Workshop
Cynthia Thomas, EDD, MS, BSN, ADN; Nicole Harder, RN, PHD, CHSE; Kim Leighton, PHD, RN, CHSE, CHSOS, ANEF; Marian Luctkar-Flude, RN, PHD; Leslie Catron, M.A.ED, BSN, RN, FAHCEP, CHSE; Sandra Goldsworthy, RN MSC PHD CNCC(C) CMSN(C)
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Reviewing for a peer-reviewed journal is a skill set that needs to be de developed. Manuscript that are submitted to a journal need to have timely and constructive feedback, regardless of whether the work is accepted or not. This hands-on workshop will help you develop these skills.
At the workshop, you will be guided by the Editor-in-Chief and members of the Editorial Board for Clinical Simulation in Nursing on the review process. You will learn what happens to a manuscript from the moment it is submitted until a final decision is reached. You will have the opportunity to review a manuscript and subsequently discuss your review and compare it to the work of the Editorial Board. While this workshop is aimed at those interested in becoming reviewers, authors may also benefit from this workshop as they can learn to recognize what reviewers are (and are not) looking for.
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