Call to Nurses and Midwives for papers in Digital Health for the Journal of International Society of Telemedicine & eHealth
Nurses and Midwives have an opportunity to contribute to the Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (JISfTeH) by submitting a paper on telehealth nursing.
The editors will select papers that reflect science, by which they mean well-done research with intent to produce substantive findings that will contribute to the evidence that drives health care delivery.
If you are hesitant to reveal all of your research work and findings in JISfTeH, you could consider using a part of your work for this paper.
The abstract and paper should be in the traditional research format: introduction/problem addressed; research purpose, research question(s)/hypotheses, sample, setting, data collection methods, data analysis methods, results/findings, discussion, conclusions and recommendations.
All articles submitted must be authored by nurses or midwives, as principal author.
The language will be English.
Abstracts are accepted until 15 december 2019 to claudiabartz388[at]gmail.com or veronique.thouvenot[at]gmail.com
Submissions should be done before 30 december 2019
Submissions follow the JISfTeH guidelines: http://journals.ukzn.ac.za/index.php/JISfTeH/about/submissions
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Follow the link for https://www.healthpolicy-watch.org/dr-tedros-calls-for-investment-in-nurses-highlights-wha-2020-focus-on-nurses-midwives/ for the full article featured in Health Policy Watch.
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