THE EDITOR'S HANDBOOK
AN ONLINE RESOURCE AND CE COURSE
 

Margaret Comerford Freda, EdD, RN, CHES, FAAN
and Leslie H. Nicoll, PhD, MBA, RN

New Online Resource Offers Expert Information on Every Aspect of Successful Journal Management

The Editor’s Handbook covers critical topics for journal editors, including impact factors, journal indexing, budgeting, journal development, editorial board composition, and the peer review process.  The book is co-authored by Dr. Freda and Leslie H. Nicoll, PhD, MBA, RN.  Dr. Freda is the editor of MCN: The American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, and Dr. Nicoll is the editor of CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing

“As experienced editors affiliated with the publisher of over 300 professional journals, my co-author and I are in a unique position to share expertise on the specialized field of health care editing,” said co-author Margaret Comerford Freda, EdD, RN, CHES, FAAN.  “The Editors Handbook from Lippincott Williams & Wilkins will be helpful to journal editors at every level, along with editorial boards and nurse educators and researchers who are published in professional journals.” 

 


Purchase the entire book, all 10 chapters with CE opportunties at no extra cost, for $69.95 or purchase each chapter individually with CE opportunites for $15.95. You may also purchase the book with no CE for $19.99.  Purchase of the entire book (with CE and without CE) includes an e-reader format for download to a device such as an iPad, Nook, or Kindle.  e-Reader formats are not available for individual chapters. 

CHAPTER 1:
Introduction: The Meaning of “Editor,” “Journal,” and How You Do Your Work

CHAPTER 2:
Knowing the Numbers

CHAPTER 3:
Care and Feeding of an Editorial Board

CHAPTER 4:
The Folks You Can’t Live Without: Peer Reviewers

CHAPTER 5:
Communicating With Authors

CHAPTER 6:
From Manuscript to Finished Product: Producing a Journal

CHAPTER 7:
Ethical Issues for Editors

CHAPTER 8:
The “Other” Kind of Content: Departments, Columns and Features

CHAPTER 9:
Themed Issues and Supplements

CHAPTER 10:
Getting Your Journal Indexed and Using Resources for Editors


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