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Scholarly Writing: Techniques to Transcend Nurses' Notes

Pearman D. Parker

Nurses are enrolling in graduate school at an exponential rate, yet few are prepared to meet the demands of scholarly writing within their programs. Often, associate and baccalaureate programs focus more on skills and critical thinking than scholarly writing, leaving graduate nursing students underprepared for the scholarly writing expectations of graduate school.

Scholarly Writing: Techniques to Transcend Nurses' Notes equips nursing students with the basic knowledge and skills they need to embark on the scholarly writing process with joy and optimism. The workbook employs adult learning theory principles to guide readers through a variety of scholarly writing principles and concepts. It focuses on an array of essential topics, including organization, paraphrasing, grammar, and peer review. Writing prompts and self-reflection opportunities throughout the guide enrich the learning experience. Real-life advice from the authors, as well as other researchers, nurses, and educators, offer nursing students a realistic perspective on the challenges and rewards of scholarly writing.

Designed to help nurses flourish in higher education and beyond, Scholarly Writing is an ideal resource for nursing programs.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Cognella Academic Publishing
  • Publish Date: Jul 25th, 2023
  • Pages: 88
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 10.00in - 8.00in - 0.25in - 0.94lb
  • EAN: 9798823336178
  • Categories: Nursing - General

About the Author

Parker, Pearman D.: - Pearman D. Parker, Ph.D., M.P.H., RN, PMH-BC is an assistant professor in the Science Department within the UAMS College of Nursing, where she teaches graduate nursing students and mentors medical students involved in research. She draws upon her clinical psychiatric nursing background and journalism experiences to foster growth and development of scholarly writing for not only her students, but also for graduate nursing students across the country.
Riley, Elizabeth: - Elizabeth Riley, D.N.P., APRN, CPNP-AC, PED-BC, RNC-NIC, CNE, ANEF is a clinical associate professor in the Education Department within the UAMS College of Nursing and serves as the MNSc program director. She teaches in both graduate and undergraduate programs. Her research focuses on effective curricular interventions to aid students within lifelong learning and scholarly writing, as well as interventions to promote positive outcomes in maternal and neonatal patient populations.
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