INANE: International Academy of Nursing Editors
Message from Grif Alspach, Belinda Puetz and Cheryl Smart:
This is the long awaited INANE Guide for Nursing Editor Orientation. Please advise members that INANE hopes it is of benefit to any current or aspiring editor. While this has been prepared since early 2009, we were awaiting notification from the U.S. Copyright Office.
Copyright should be shown as JoAnn Grif Alspach, RN, EdD, FAAN Belinda E. Puetz, PhD, RN Cheryl Smart, MA, MBA
As discussed at our 2009 meeting, this guide was prepared by and for INANE members for their discussion, use, and adaptation, and we release the right for reuse without permission and at no charge so long as complete citation information is noted.
Please encourage members to feel free to download and use as they wish. We intend at a later date to transfer copyright to INANE. Our intention in making this material available is to provide a resource of information useful to nurse editors at any stage of their experience that is free-of-charge to all INANE members and augmented, updated, and improved upon over time as a dynamic working document that will belong to INANE. We invite all INANE members to continue our work in modifying, refining, and yes - editing - this content, including their name or citations to indicate the source of added content.
The Editor's Handbook
Leslie Nicoll and Margaret Comerford Freda have written a book about how to be an editor! The Editor's Handbook is available as a pdf file on NursingCenter.com, under the tab "Professional Resources." Readers can also obtain CE credits from the book.
- Research about Nursing Reviewers
- Research about Nursing Editors
- Articles and Editorials by Nurses about Impact Factor