Here is a series of twelve one-page articles in the British Journal of Nursing by John Fowler that are of interest. These articles relate to more than the field of nursing. The journal is full text in CINAHL database which can be accessed through RMUoHP’s EBSCO subscription.

 

Writing for professional publication. Part 1: Motivation.
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2010 Sep 9; 19(16): 1062

 

Writing for professional publication. Part 2: Subject matter.
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2010 Sep 23; 19(17): 1121

 

Writing for professional publication. Part 3: Following journal guidelines.
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2010 Oct 28; 19(19): 1260

 

Writing for professional publication. Part 4: Supporting your statements.
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2010 Nov 25; 19(21): 1374

 

Writing for professional publication. Part 5: Creating interest.
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2011 Jan 13; 20(1): 49

 

Writing for professional publication. Part 6: Writing the abstract.
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2011 Jan 27; 20(2): 120

 

Writing for professional publication. Part 7: Structure and presentation.
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2011 Feb 10; 20(3): 190.

 

Writing for professional publication. Part 9: Using client case studies.
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2011 Feb 24; 20(4): 254

 

Writing for professional publication. Part 9: Using client case studies.
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2011 Mar 10; 20(5): 330

 

Writing for professional publication. Part 10: Publishing a project report.
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2011 Apr 14; 20(6):

 

Writing for professional publication. Part 11: Writing conference.
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2011 Apr 21; 20(7): 451

 

Writing for professional publication. Part 12: Summary of the series.
British Journal of Nursing (BJN) (BR J NURS), 2011 Apr 28; 20(8): 509