Submit Your Article for Considersation
Submission Format Requirements:
All submissions must be in Microsoft Word format, single-spaced in 12-font size.
Citations and reference list must be in APA format.
Page limit: 1 to 1.5 pages single-spaced. A link to a larger document, resources, or website can be provided through hyperlinks embedded in the article.
Please provide a JPG or PNG headshot image of the author(s) as this will be included with the content.
Content Outline & Criteria
The content of each issue may include:
Individual success stories for and about DNP collaborations that improved healthcare outcomes,
Success stories of local, regional, national, or international initiatives that include the contributions of DNP prepared colleagues,
Reports on the latest efforts for the doctorally prepared nurse to continue efforts to enhance practice and/or healthcare outcomes. These efforts may reflect: departments include:
Updates on how scientific principles are being applied to practice,
Exemplars of how organizational and systems leadership improve systems thinking to affect practice and/or outcomes,
A demonstration of how analytic methods of integrating evidence into practice helped to enhance outcomes,
Information about how systems technology was investigated and/or implemented to transform healthcare,
Describe how health care policy was modified or enhanced to reflect advocacy to protect and/or improve outcomes,
Examples of Intra and interprofessional collaboration to improve patient and population health outcomes
The latest information regarding disease prevention and population health efforts to improve the nation’s health, and,
Examples of how advanced nursing practice improves outcomes through the efforts of a DNP prepared nursing professional in all areas of practice.
Other departments may include:
Mentor / Mentee Connections and examples of how this has made a difference in colleagues,
Continuing Education offerings and recommendations,
A discussion of how to promote scholarly projects through a Foundation, Doctoral Project Repository, and/or listing of DNP programs,
Conferences and events
Classified ads (looking for help or looking for a change).