DATE & TIME
Wednesday, March 9, 12noon Eastern
(Duration: 1 hour)
In this webinar we will discuss the role of peer reviewers for scholarly journals. Peer reviewers play a major part in maintaining the quality of knowledge provided to readers. Experts in nursing can develop their skills as a peer reviewer after they publish their own paper and learn how to critique others’ manuscripts through learning how to present constructive feedback.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This activity was developed to meet the needs of Nurse Practitioners and Nurses caring for clients. This webinar is also appropriate for providers and/or providers-in-training from diverse healthcare professions including physicians, nurses, dentists, physician assistants, pharmacists, and program administrators.
Marion E. Broome, PhD, RN, FAAN; Ruby F. Wilson Professor of Nursing, Duke University School of Nursing; Editor-in-Chief Nursing Outlook; Durham, North Carolina
Marion E. Broome, PhD, RN, FAAN, is the Ruby F. Wilson Professor of Nursing. At the School of Nursing, Duke University.
Her research focused on pain in children, informed consent and assent for children, research misconduct, ethical dilemmas in publishing and leadership of academic nurse executives. Dr. Broome has published 141 papers in 59 refereed nursing, medicine and interdisciplinary journals, 7 books and 21 chapters. Her two most recent books include Sitterding, M. C. & Broome, M. (Eds.) (2015). Information overload: Framework, tips, and tools to manage in complex healthcare environments, which was selected as an AJN Book of the Year for 2016 and Broome, M. E. & Marshall, E. (2020-3rd ed). Transformational leadership in nursing: From expert clinician to influential leader. Springer Publishing Company. Dr. Broome has served on the peer review panels and editorial boards for 18 different journals in nursing, medicine and psychology. She has held 3 editorships and is currently editor-in-chief of Nursing Outlook, the official journal of the American Academy of Nursing (AAN) and the Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science.
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