Do you want to write for publication, but don’t know where to start or how to find the time? Writing for publication is difficult for most faculty and practitioners, and this program will help by giving you the tools to publish scholarly manuscripts. The process of writing and publishing will be presented along with keys to productivity to assist you in writing for publication. This May 9 workshop is for all health professionals and is focused on people whose native languages are from Asia.
- Introduction to types of articles including theoretical articles, clinical articles, education articles, review articles, research reports
- Revising and editing your manuscript including getting published, how to find a journal, what it takes to get published
- The process of writing
- Shaping an article for publication
- Keys to productivity
- The fine points of writing
- The process of publishing
Cost: $49 for students, $64 for non-students
Location: Carrington Hall, Rm 104, UNC-CH School of Nursing
About the teachers:
SeonAe Yeo, RNC, PhD, FAAN
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
School of Nursing
Dr. Yeo is an Associate Professor in the School of Nursing at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. She received her BSN from St. Luke’s College of Nursing. She received both her masters and PhD from the University of Tokyo. For over 30 years, she has published in highly competitive pere reviewed journals such as Birth, Nursing Research, & RINAH, etc.
Elizabeth M. Tornquist, MA, FAAN
For over 30 years, Elizabeth Tornquist has taught scientific writing to nurses, physicians, and public health professionals. She continues to provide editorial consultation and assistance on technical and scientific writing to nurses, physicians and health care professionals around the country, as well as internationally.
For more information contact the School of Nursing Center for Lifelong Learning (CLL):