Revision of submission guidelines for KaiTiaki Nursing Research

McClunie-Trust, Patricia (2016) Revision of submission guidelines for KaiTiaki Nursing Research. NZNO, Wellington New Zealand .

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The editor-in-chief of Kai Tiaki Nursing Research welcomes research papers and reviews on nursing (including clinical, research, education or management topics) with implications for nursing practice and health and social care policy research. Authors should present original research, or new and original analysis of existing research. Kai Tiaki Nursing Research particularly encourages submission of research manuscripts that take account of health inequities and injustice, and enhance the health of the diverse ethnic populations of Aotearoa/New Zealand. Kai Tiaki Nursing Research is an internationally double-blinded peer-reviewed research journal that publishes original, full-length research manuscripts from New Zealand-based nurse researchers (or other researchers where the research can be shown to have particular relevance to nursing in New Zealand). In addition to research manu- scripts, the journal will also publish letters to the editor, commentary and research brief articles. All research manuscripts and other articles will be subjected to the same robust review procedure. The aim of the journal is to promote practice-related scholarship which contributes to the professional knowledge and evidence base for nursing. The language of the journal is English. Kai Tiaki Nursing Research is available in the following databases: CINAHL Complete (Ebsco); Academic OneFile, Health Reference Center Academic, Nursing and Allied Health Collection and Nursing Resource Center (Gale); Health Collection and New Zealand Collection (Informit).

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Additional Information:These submission guidelines were revised by me in my role as editor-in-chief for Kai Tiaki Nursing Research. The key revisions included abbreviating the guidelines, adding the Research Brief option, and ensuring consistency with other information including the reviewer guidelines.
Keywords that describe the item:kai tiaki, editor
Subjects:R Medicine > RT Nursing
Divisions:Schools > Centre for Health & Social Practice
ID Code:4522
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Deposited On:20 Jan 2018 22:27
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