|Author Guidelines||Please carefully read the Author Guidelines before submitting your article.||Frequently Asked Questions||To see short video clips of the JOGNN editors discussing answers to frequently asked questions, click here and scroll to the video series.||In Focus Submission Guidelines||For more information on submitting invited In Focus manuscripts, click here.||Copyright Form||All submissions must be accompanied by a Copyright Form signed by all authors. The form(s) must be submitted in the Editorial Manager system.||Author Disclosure Form||All submissions must be accompanied by a completed and signed Author Disclosure Form. Every author must complete a form. These forms should be scanned and uploaded in Editorial Manager as part of the submission process. Please compile multiple author forms into one file prior to upload.
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||Writing Systematic Reviews||For information on writing systematic literature reviews, click here.||Reporting Guidelines
||CONSORT checklist. (Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials) provides direction for reporting randomized controlled trials and includes the CONSORT Statement, a checklist focused on the structure of the report, and a flow diagram to document the progression of all participants through the trial. For more information, click here.
PRISMA checklist. (Preferred Reporting Items of Systematic reviews Meta-Analyses) provides standards for the preparation of reports of systematic literature reviews and meta-analyses. An expansion of the previous QUOROM Statement, PRISMA can be applied to reviews of randomized trials and other types of research and includes a checklist and flow diagram. For more information click here.
MOOSE checklist. (Meta-analysis of Observational Studies in Epidemiology) Guidelines for reporting systematic reviews of observational studies.
CARE Checklist. (CAse REport) Includes recommendations for guidance in writing a case report. Although written from a medical perspective, these guidelines are generally applicable to nursing case reports. For more information click here.
|Qualitative Research||For more information, see Research in Nursing and Health (RINAH) resources for qualitative research reporting.||Artwork||For help with preparing digital artwork, click here.
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