Itching to Write? Nursing Economic$ Needs a Few Good Authors

If you've always wanted to try your hand at writing, but weren't sure where to start, take a look around your daily practice. We are seeking ambulatory care nurse leaders to write articles (6-10 double spaced pages) about new practices, research projects, great outcomes, and advances or insights into the specialty and its impact at all levels of the health care delivery system for thePerspectives in Ambulatory Care column in Nursing Economic$.

Members have indicated they are looking for information on models of care, tools for nurse managers, staffing, the changing economy and nursing, measuring nursing outcomes, cutting costs in health care, crisis intervention in telehealth, physician nurse relationships, work/life balance, critical thinking, and much more. If you need assistance developing your topic, we can help. Please contact candial@umich.edu if you are interested in writing.

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