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Critical Care Nurse(研究方向:护理医学) (官网投稿)

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Critical Care Nurse(双月刊),创刊于1980年,出版国家为美国。杂志是双月同行评审期刊,是提供关于床旁护理危重和重病患者的重症监护和急诊护士准确,相关和有用的信息,并保证关键和紧急护理的护士通知对影响他们实践的问题。通过阅读杂志,重症护理和急性护理护士应通过增加关于关键和急性护理实践的知识获益,并能够以更有效的方式利用这些知识来照顾患者及其家属。
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Author Guidelines

 

CRITICAL CARE NURSE is an official publication of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN). Authors are invited to submit manuscripts for consideration and peer review. Clinical topics must apply directly to the care of critically and acutely ill patients and/or progressive care, telemetry, and stepdown unit patients and their families, with case presentations and clinical tips especially welcome.

 

Manuscripts should be submitted online via the CCN online manuscript submission and review system at www.editorialmanager.com/ccn. At the time of submission, complete contact information (postal/mail address, e-mail address, telephone and fax numbers) for the corresponding author is required. First and last names, e-mail addresses, and institutional affiliations of all coauthors also are required. (Print copies of the journal will be sent only to coauthors who provide their physical address.) Manuscripts submitted through the online system should not be submitted by mail or e-mail.

 

Authors who desire OnlineNOW publication can make that choice during the online submission process. The full-text of OnlineNOW articles appears exclusively on the journal's Web site at www.ccnonline.org, with only the key points of the article appearing in the print and digital editions of the journal. OnlineNOW articles enjoy a faster turnaround time from acceptance to publication than do full-text articles in print. OnlineNOW articles are peer reviewed, copyedited, formatted, indexed, and citable just like CCN's print offerings.

 

Quality improvement studies help maximize the integrity and safety of critical care. CCN welcomes such articles. However, because of their necessarily subjective relationships to context and social processes, such articles are difficult to evaluate using traditional empirical standards. For this reason, CCN asks that quality improvement studies adhere to the Standards for Quality Improvement Reporting Excellence (SQUIRE) Guidelines. For more information, please go to http://qshc.bmj.com/content/vol17/Suppl_1 or doi: 10.1136/qshc.2008.029058.

 

For medical case reports, authors should follow the CARE guidelines to organize and present content effectively. The CARE guidelines are available at http://www.care-statement.org/case-report-writing-template.html.

 

Editorial Office Contact Information

Peer Review Coordinator: telephone, (949) 448-7341 or (800) 394-5995, ext 241; fax, (949) 448-5542; e-mail, ccn.editorialoffice@aacn.org

 

For help submitting your manuscript online, visit www.editorialmanager.com/ccn and click "Author Tutorial." For technical help or questions not addressed by the Author Tutorial document, e-mail ccnhelp@aacn.org

 

Peer Review

All manuscripts are subject to peer review. To ensure a blinded review, do not include the author's name or institution in the running head or anywhere in the manuscript after the title page. This includes references in the first person to the author's own work. Manuscripts that do not meet this requirement will not be reviewed. In addition, do not reveal the author's identity in the manuscript file name.

 

Please note, the peer review process often takes 3 or more months and delays due to a variety of reasons are sometimes unavoidable. After the manuscript has been reviewed, the author will be informed whether the manuscript has been accepted or rejected, or requires revision before publication. Virtually all initial submissions of a manuscript require revision and another round of peer review. To support less experienced authors, CCN may selectively offer opportunities for multiple rounds of revision to enable refinement and eventual publication of a worthwhile manuscript.

 

We will make every attempt to secure an adequate number of reviewers, but in the event we are unable to do so within the allotted time period, we will return the paper without review to avoid further delay to its submission elsewhere.

 

Accepted manuscripts become the property of AACN and may not be published without the written permission of AACN. Accepted manuscripts are subject to editing to conform to the American Medical Association Manual of Style, 10th edition (2007). Authors will be asked to review galley proofs and PDFs of page proofs before publication.

 

Cover Letter

Please include a cover letter with the name, address, telephone numbers (home and work), fax number, and e-mail address of the author to whom all correspondence should be addressed.

 

Authorship, Financial Disclosure, Copyright Transfer, and Acknowledgment Form

After the manuscript is submitted online, the corresponding author will receive a manuscript number. Each author should complete an Authorship, Financial Disclosure, Copyright Transfer, and Acknowledgment Form and submit the completed form (including address) by e-mail as a PDF attachment. Be sure to fill in the manuscript number and the title of your manuscript in the space provided on the form. All financial disclosures, including disclosures of no financial conflicts, will be published. PDF

 

Manuscript Content

Title Page

The title page of a manuscript should contain the following:

 

Title of manuscript, which should be concise yet informative

Authors' full names, with degrees, credentials, ranks, and affiliations, and work and/or home addresses of all authors

Brief (1 to 2 sentences) biography of each author

Funding and financial disclosure

Acknowledgments or any other statements that identify people or places related to the manuscript

Three to five key words for indexing

Abstracts

Abstracts must be written in the third person. Abstract categories vary as follows:

 

Research or quality improvement project reports must have structured abstracts of no more than 250 words. These abstracts should have the following subheadings: Background, Objectives, Methods, Results, Conclusions.

All other papers, such as case reports or review papers must have an unstructured abstract of no more than 150 words.

Articles

Feature articles are papers devoted to the mainstays of clinical practice and of interest to nearly all readers. Columns are shorter papers devoted to clinical subspecialty areas (eg, pediatrics, neonatal, transplantation) or functional areas (eg, ethics, legal, staff development). Articles should generally not exceed 15 double-spaced typed pages, excluding references, tables, and figures. Use of such visual elements as tables and figures, as well as sidebars and bibliography to convey additional information, is strongly encouraged; these elements should augment, not duplicate, information in the text.

 

Submit the paper without any information that may identify the author(s).

Add continuous line numbering, a function in Microsoft Word, to the paper: Format/Document/Layout/Line Numbers. In the Line Numbers dialogue box, select both Add Line Numbering and Continuous. Although not visible in Normal view, line numbering can be seen in Print Preview or Print Layout.

References

References should be double-spaced and should be located after the last page of text and before any Tables and Figures. Number them consecutively by their order of appearance in the text and designate reference numbers as superscripts in the text. References cited in tables and figures are numbered sequentially as if they are cited where the table and figure is first cited in the text. Do not use any word processing footnote function. If a source lists more than 6 authors, list only the first 3, followed by "et al." Follow the American Medical Association Manual of Style, 10th edition, for format and punctuation, shown below.

 

For Journals: Last name and initials (no periods) of authors, title of article (capitalize only the first word, proper names, and abbreviations normally capitalized; no quotation marks), journal title (italicize and use Index Medicus abbreviations), year of publication, volume, issue, inclusive page numbers. Example:

1. Reed FD, Watson NP. Nursing care of the patient withcardiomyopathy. Am J Nurs. 1985;4:121-124.

For Books: Last name and initials of authors; title of book (italicize and capitalize all significant words); edition number (if after first edition); last name and initials of editor if any; city and state of publication; publisher; year of publication; page numbers (only if specifically cited). Example:

2. Carlson AK. Critical Care Nursing Process. 3rd ed. Boston, MA: Beacon Hill Press; 1985:245-252.

For Book Chapters: Last name and initials of authors; title of chapter; "In:" followed by last name and initials of editors, "ed."; title of book, etc, as above. Example:

3. Schiffman JD. Immunology of influenza. In: Cane MB, ed. Viruses and Influenza. Orlando, FL: Academic Press; 1990:191-196.

For Online References: Author(s), if given; title of the specific item cited (if none is given, use the name of the organization responsible for the site); name of the Web site; full URL; published (date); date the Web site was accessed. Example:

International Society for Infectious Diseases. ProMED-mail Web site. http://promedmail.org. Accessed April 29, 2006.

Tables

Submit each table as a separate text file. Each table must be numbered (consecutively in the order mentioned in the text) and titled. Each column within a table should have a heading. Abbreviations must be explained in a footnote.

 

Figures

Submit scanned black-and-white or color images at a resolution of at least 300 dpi. Do not send files downloaded from the Internet, as these are low-resolution and will reproduce poorly in print. The preferred file formats are TIFF and EPS. JPG and BMP are accepted but not preferred, as these are also low resolution. Do not submit any art in Microsoft applications. For printing purposes, the original art that was placed into these applications is required. Include signed consent/release from owner of photo or artist if different from author. Include signed consent/release forms from all identifiable individuals. If permission from subjects is not obtained, photographs will be cropped appropriately. For figures such as graphs, data points should be provided in a separate text file. Figure legends should be typed double-spaced in consecutive order on a new manuscript page. Contact the editorial office for further information (800-394-5995, ext 241, or ccnhelp@aacn.org).

 

Permissions

If any material in the manuscript is from a previously copyrighted publication, include a letter of permission to reproduce the material from both the author and the copyright holder. A permission letter for this purpose is available for download.

 

Patient Descriptions, Photographs, and Pedigrees

Include a signed statement of informed consent to publish (in print and online) patient descriptions, photographs, and pedigrees from all persons (parents or legal guardians for minors) who can be identified in such written descriptions, photographs, or pedigrees. Such persons should be shown the manuscript before its submission.

 

Drug Names

Use generic names only. The trade name of a particular drug may be cited in parentheses the first time the generic name appears.

 

Units of Measurement

Physiologic measurements should be reported in metric units (International System of Units, SI); conventional units may be placed in parenthesis after the SI units. Use metric units or decimal multiples for length, height, weight, and volume. Show temperature in degrees Celsius, blood pressure in millimeters of mercury, and volume (liquid and gas) in milliliters, not cubic centimeters. Laboratory values may be reported in conventional units.

 

Abbreviations and Symbols

Avoid nonstandard abbreviations and those included in The Joint Commission's "Do Not Use" list of abbreviations (available at http://www.jointcommission.org/PatientSafety/DoNotUseList). Use the full term for an abbreviation or symbol on first reference, unless it is a standard unit of measure.

 

Letters

Letters to the editor raising points of current interest or commenting on articles published in the journal are welcome. The editor reserves the right to accept, reject, or excerpt letters without changing the views expressed by the writer. The author of an original article often is given the opportunity to respond to published comments. Letters should be sent via e-mail (ccn@aacn.org). Electronic letters (eLetters) can be sent to the editor by clicking Respond to This Article on either the full-text or PDF view of each article on the CCN website, www.ccnonline.org.

 

Manuscript Preparation

All material must be double-spaced with margins of at least 1 inch on all sides. Number all pages sequentially, including the summary of key points, references, tables, and figures.

 

编辑

JoAnn Grif AlspachRNMSNEdD

编委会

THOMAS AHRENSRNDNSCCRNCS

临床专科/护理科研究科学家

巴恩斯犹太医院,圣路易斯,密苏里州

苏丹·贝尔,RNMSCNRNCNP

护士,神经外科

俄亥俄州立大学医学中心,俄亥俄州哥伦布市

SUZETTE CARDINRNDNScCNAA

研究生护理管理课程助理教授

加州大学洛杉矶分校护理学院

BONNIE M. JENNINGSRNDNSc

美国陆军护士团,卫生项目分析与评估副主任,卫生事务助理国防部长办公室/ TRICARE管理活动

苏丹G. TREVITHICKRNMSCNA

专科护理中心临床支持经理

盐湖城退伍军人管理医学中心,UT

GLENNA TRAIGERRNMSNCCRN

临床护士专家,肺动脉高压计划

大洛杉矶VA医疗中心,洛杉矶,加利福尼亚州

编辑部

美国重症监护护士协会


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