NURSING HISTORY REVIEW: Author Guidelines

Official Publication of the American Association for the History of Nursing

Manuscripts are due to Arlene Keeling at [email protected] on or before
December 1, 2021.

When a manuscript is submitted, strictly according to Chicago Style as in the author guidelines, it goes out for peer review before being rejected, revised, or accepted. The journal is published every January.

In addition to accepting the usual manuscripts on any topic in nursing history, the editors are seeking papers to put into special sections. Please see the gray boxes below for more information on those sections.

 

Call for Manuscripts!  Subsection: “Hidden in Plain Sight”
NHR January 2023, Volume 31

We continue to seek manuscript submissions for the section of Nursing History Review titled "Hidden in Plain Sight", highlighting nurses from underrepresented groups (e.g.: diverse racial and ethnic groups from the global community), men and women from religious communities, and nurses from LGBTQ communities. Manuscripts may cover material from any time period in history.

Given the often-scarce primary sources available for the study of these under-represented nurses, the manuscripts can be shorter than usual: from 5-20 pages (Double spaced, Chicago Style 16th edition, 12 pt.) Photographs may be included but should be sent as a separate file with permission to use. In the cover letter for submission, authors should note that the manuscript should be considered for the section: “Hidden in Plain Sight.” Manuscripts should be submitted to [email protected].

Arlene Keeling PhD, RN, FAAN
Editor, NHR

 

Nursing History Review is the official publication of the American Association for the History of Nursing (AAHN).

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Nursing History Review is the only scholarly annual of new peer review research on the history of nursing and health care. It publishes significant scholarly work in all aspects of nursing history as well as short and extended reviews of recent books.

Content of the Nursing History Review Volume 14 through the current volume is available on-line for AAHN members. To access the journal online, log in to the members-only section of the website. There you will find a link to your online subscription. To obtain an article, either purchase a back issue of the Publication or request the citation through an inter-library loan.

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