Bliss, Donna Zimmaro (2002). Publishing with students--an uncontrolled variable. Nursing Research 51(6): 345-6. Discusses the many variables in determining authorship.
Diers, Donna (2004) Chapter from Speaking of Nursing: Narratives of Practice, Research, Policy, and the Profession Jones and Bartlett (279 to 283)
A humorous look at some of the frustrations in the role of the editor, mentioning some of the things that can occur in this role, as well as taking a poke at some of the artificial prose we see in manuscripts.
Medical research and social media: Can wikis be used as a publishing platform in medicine? Editorial from Open Medicine Journal about using wikis to publish articles.
BioMed Search.Com. This is an easy to use site that searches all of NIH/PubMed documents, plus a large collection of theses, dissertations, and other publications not found anywhere else. Articles are organized by "clusters", which essentially are topics. Clusters have sub clusters that further differentiate a topic. Searches are easy, use plain English. There is a nursing and nursing education section. If you wish, you can open a free account that allow you to save searches and documents into portfolios, make notes on your portfolios, set up alerts to be notified of new documents of interest, batch export data to excel and share your portfolios with other users and more. (Added March 22, 2010)r />
MedlinePlus Databases. Links to National Library of Medicine sponsored databases, some like CancerLit are bibliographic search tools, DirLine locates health organizations, Jablonski's presents terms to use in searching for data about congenital anomalies. Many of these are consumer oriented.
PubMed a service of the National Library of Medicine, provides access to over 12 million MEDLINE citations back to the mid-1960's and additional life science journals. PubMed includes links to many sites providing full text articles and other related resources.