INDIANAPOLIS—Nurses must be able to communicate scientific information effectively and make their viewpoints known through letters to the editor, articles for consumers, scholarly articles, peer review, and professional collaboration. The fourth edition of the popular Anatomy of Writing for Publication for Nurses is out now and can help make your writing better in any situation and format. Cynthia Saver and an extensive team of contributors provide insights from those who have been published and those who make publishing decisions.
The new edition includes new chapters on how to improve writing skills and writing review articles. It also contains more information on collaborative writing, predatory publishers, how to create a poster, and how to write an abstract.
“This is the most comprehensive book on writing for publication for nurses on the market,” author Cynthia Saver, MS, RN, said. “It’s also the most user-friendly. Readers can quickly jump to the chapter they need, whether it’s crafting a query letter or writing a research review article.”
To download the Instructor’s Guide and Student Workbook, Writing Resources Toolkit, as well as a sample chapter, visit the Sigma Repository.
The book is available to purchase at SigmaMarketplace.org/SigmaBooks.
Anatomy of Writing for Publication for Nurses, Fourth Edition
By Cynthia Saver, MS, RN
Published by Sigma, 2021
EPUB ISBN: 9781948057929
PDF ISBN: 9781948057936
MOBI ISBN: 9781948057943
Price: US $54.95
Trade paperback, 352 pages
Trim size: 8.5x11
About the author:
Cynthia Saver, MS, RN, is an award-winning author with nearly 40 years of experience in nursing that includes more than three decades of publishing experience as a writer, editor, and editorial director. Before leaving to found her own company, Saver was Executive Vice President of Editorial for Nursing Spectrum/Gannett Inc. She has written for and edited many nursing publications, including Nursing Management, Nursing Spectrum, American Nurse Journal, AORN Journal, NurseWeek, OR Manager, Journal of Nursing Regulation, and American Journal of Nursing. She is President of CLS Development Inc. and is an Author-in-Residence for Nurse Author & Editor.
The Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (Sigma) is a nonprofit organization with the mission of developing nurse leaders anywhere to improve healthcare everywhere. Founded in 1922, Sigma has more than 135,000 active members and 550 chapters at institutions of higher education and healthcare partners from Armenia, Australia, and Botswana to Thailand, the United States, and Wales. Sigma members include clinical nurses and administrators, academic nurse educators and researchers, policymakers, entrepreneurs, and others working to fulfill the organization’s vision of connected, empowered nurse leaders transforming global healthcare.
Learn more at SigmaNursing.org.