Submitting a Manuscript

Submitting a Manuscript

Journal authors have told us time and again how rewarding it is to see their work in print. They are glad to have a vehicle by which to share new clinical research and perspectives on the ever-changing specialty of infusion nursing.

Become a Journal author and:

  • Gain visibility among colleagues the world over by sharing your research findings with fellow infusion nurse specialists and other healthcare professionals.
  •  Lend credibility to your work by publishing in the premier journal in your specialty. Infusion nurse professionals will access your article in literature searches and use it to support better patient care and related research.
  • Let your experience and expertise help other infusion nurses answer their own clinical questions, stay abreast of new technology and techniques, and further develop their infusion nursing skills. 

The Journal of Infusion Nursing is consistently rated by INS members as the foremost benefit of their INS membership. The Journal also includes supplements devoted to timely healthcare topics and unique Special Focus issues that address the specific needs of specialty subgroups. These innovations have made the Journal more valuable to the infusion nursing field.

Research has shown that the Journal has at least a four-person “pass-along readership.” That means your article will be read not only by over 11,000 regular subscribers, but also by an additional audience of almost 40,000 healthcare professionals who are interested in the administration of infusion therapy, not to mention the other readers who will refer to your work as it lives on in medical libraries and other reference collections.

Submit a Manuscript for Consideration
The Journal of Infusion Nursing, the official publication of the Infusion Nurses Society (INS), seeks to promote excellence in infusion nursing by presenting new research, clinical reviews, case studies, and professional development information relevant to the practice of infusion therapy. Articles selected for publication represent the broad scope of the infusion specialty and draw on the expertise of all healthcare providers who participate in the delivery of infusion therapy.

The Journal of Infusion Nursing (formerly the Journal of Intravenous Nursing) is published bimonthly by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Publishers. It is indexed in the Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature and in the International Nursing Index. It is also registered with the Library of Congress. Every issue of the Journal is recorded on microfilm.

INS enthusiastically welcomes new manuscripts for consideration. Submit your work for a blind review by your peers in the infusion specialty. Breathe new life into a presentation that you have delivered by sharing it in print.

For more information, contact the Publications Department by e-mail or call (781) 440-9408, x339. Those interested in joining the Editorial Review Board are also encouraged to contact the INS Publications Department.  

                                                                                              

                                                            

    

 

Our goal is to provide relevant, high-quality information from diverse sources.

We are pleased to advise authors in the preparation of material and to discuss the focus of clinical information.

Tips for Converting a Presentation into a Manuscript

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View Frequently Asked Questions From New Authors

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