Calling all new and experienced healthcare writers! The Gastroenterology Nursing Journal (GNJ) has introduced the WRITE Project, a new guided writing-for-publication workshop to help GI nurses write excellent peer-reviewed articles more likely to be published. Through the WRITE project, led by the GNJ Editorial Board, participants will follow a step-by-step curriculum aimed at how to best develop an exceptional peer-reviewed article from a topic idea to final publication.
With useful lessons for experienced and novice writers alike, this workshop is perfect for anyone who has an idea for an article, but does not know where to start, or is looking to enhance their writing skills in their next peer reviewed publication. It is strongly recommended that applicants have a topic already identified for their article.
Participants will attend quarterly, two-hour virtual sessions with a final presentation during a session at the 49th Annual Course, May 22 – 24, 2022 in Salt Lake City. Attendance at the 49th Annual Course is required for all participants.
- Session 1: Wednesday, October 13 from 3:30-5:30pm PT/5:30–7:30pm CT/6:30-8:30pm ET
- Session 2: Wednesday, December 8 from 3:30-5:30pm PT/5:30–7:30pm CT/6:30-8:30pm ET
- Session 3: Wednesday, February 16 from 3:30-5:30pm PT/5:30–7:30pm CT/6:30-8:30pm ET
- Session 4: Wednesday, April 13 - 3:30-5:30pm PT/5:30–7:30pm CT/6:30-8:30pm ET
- Final Presentation: Annual Course Presentation (10-15 minutes), May 22-24, 2022 in Salt Lake City
Who Should Apply
- Individual nurse or teams of nurses/interprofessional team who are looking for guidance in writing their first peer reviewed article (maximum two individuals per team).
- Experienced nurse authors who are looking to enhance their writing skills through their next peer reviewed publication.
The GNJ Editorial Board will review all applications and notify selected participants by October 1. This workshop is free for SGNA members; a registration fee of $150 is required for non-members. Payment is due upon admission into the program. Applications are due Monday, September 20, 2021.