Program

Program Summary (all times EDT)
Details about all sessions and presenters in Guidebook for conference registrants

Each Breakout Session is 45 minutes in length, presented in blocks of two, with breaks between each block.

  • Monday, August 2, 2021
    • Publisher and Editor Meetings, 8 am – 11 am
      • The following publishers have scheduled meetings. They will be contacting editors individually with specific times, details for attendance, and meeting agenda.
        • Lippincott/Wolters Kluwer
        • Elsevier
        • Sage
        • Wiley
    • Welcome and overview of the conference, 11:15 am -11:30 am
    • Breakout sessions – 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
      • Publication Patterns and Trends–Journal of Nursing Management, 2015-2019 – Fiona Timmins
      • Editor Succession and Mentoring Plans – Peggy Chinn, Christine Vourakis, Kathleen Simpson, Michael Relf, Ann Mitchell
    • Breakout sessions – 1:15 pm – 2:45 pm
      • Management or Movement: How Can Tomorrow’s eJournals Facilitate More Actionable Knowledge? – Philip Walker
      • Beyond Wishing & Hoping: Strategies for Generating Editorial Content – Maureen Shawn Kennedy, Jane Barnsteiner
    • Breakout sessions – 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
      • Connecting with Readers through Diversity, Inclusivity, and Equity – Tamika Hudson, Courtney Pitts, Rolanda Johnson
      • Strengthening PhD Student Scholarly Writing to Promote Publications – Julia Snethen, Lucy Mkandawire-Valhmu
    • Daily Discussion – 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

  • Tuesday, August 3, 2021
    • Conference welcome – 8:45 – 9 am
    • Keynote Presentation – 9:00 am – 10:15 am
      • Fearful & Quiet We’re Not: A Critical Conversation between an Editor and a School Nurse. Donna Nickitas, PhD, RN, FAAN and Robin Cogan, MEd, RN, NCSN
        • Nurses are skilled communicators. We are professionally prepared to build healing and authentic relationships with patients, families, communities and of course with other health providers. However, we are not so adept at communicating outside our professional lane. Our silence is deafening. It is time that we move beyond the walls of nursing and end our silence by outward facing communication instead of inward.
        • Join our critical conversation and discover how an editor and a school nurse united … ‘their voices & visibility about the nursing profession were commensurate with the size & importance of their vision, work, and advocacy about nursing.”

    • Keynote Presentation – 10:30 am – 11:45 am
      • Transforming Scholarly Publishing Through and Equity and Anti-Racism Framwork. Kerry Webb, University of Texas
        • Over the past few years, there has been a growing awareness about what it means to have an industry that is, by one estimate, over 90% white. Publishing professionals are asking important questions, such as, “what types of systems are in place that exclude some and not others?” and, “what is it like for a person of color to navigate these white spaces?” There is a strong tendency to focus on “diversity” (an outcome) instead of anti-racism (a practice). In this session, Kerry Webb will discuss what it means to shift towards an anti-racism framework, drawing on her experiences within and outside of publishing.

  • Breakout sessions – noon to 1:30 pm
    • Authorship Grids to Facilitate Ethical Publication – Julia Phillippi, Frances E. Likis, Ellen L. Tilden
    • Analysis of Tweeting on Journal Usage and Identification of Nursing Journals Using Social Media – Jayne Jennings Dunlap, Julee Waldrop
  • Breakout sessions – 1:45 pm – 2:30 pm
    • Developing a Framework for Currency and Number of References – Jacqueline Owens, Leslie Nicoll, Heather Carter-Templeton, Peggy Chinn, Marilyn Oermann, Alison Edie, Jennie C. DeGagne
    • Creating Structured, Forms to Improve the Quality of Peer Reviews – Michael Relf, Kristen Overstreet
  • Poster viewing – 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
    • A, B, & Cs of Author Partnering, Joy Don Baker and Terri Goodman
    • Editors and Authors Benefit from Librarian Involvement, Janene Batten, Holly Grossetta Nardini, and Kate Nyhan
    • Italian Publication in Nursing: A Ten Year Survey of the Literature, Walter DeCaro and Elisabetta Corvo
    • Reporting Standards for Qualitative Research: Authors, Reviewers, and Editors Beware, Edna Hull
    • Repurposing a Graduate Publishing Course for Faculty Scholarship: Lessons Learned, Joan Such Lockhart
    • Scholarship in Progress Peer Support: A Faculty Initiative to Promote Best Practices in Publishing and Presenting, Karen Hande and Betsy Kennedy
    • Shaping Effective Nurse Scientists Through Independent Studies for Scholarly Writing, Marissa Bartmess and Sandra P. Thomas
  • Daily Discussion – 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday August 4, 2021
    • General Welcome – 8:15 am – 8:30 am
    • 8:30 am – 9:30 am
      • Presentation of the Margaret Comerford Freda Leadership Award
      • INANE Nursing Journal Hall of Fame Recognition Ceremony
    • Keynote presentation – 9:30 am -10:30 am
      • Text Recycling in Health Sciences Publications: Complex Challenges and Findings from the Text Recycling Research Project – Cary Moskovitz
        • Text recycling (AKA “self-plagiarism”) posts a host of intertwined challenges—ethical, legal, and practical—for editors and authors alike. The Text Recycling Research Project (TRRP) aims to better understand these challenges and to develop more consistent guidelines and policies for scientific research communities. Cary Moskovitz, Principal Investigator for the TRRP will give an overview of the issues and findings to date.
    • Keynote Presentation – 10:45 am – 11:45 am
      • Data Informed Decision Making – Brittany Swett
        • Effective journal operations should meet the needs of editors, authors, and reviewers, and contribute to the mission of the journal. Evaluation of journal operations using publication milestone data, user experience feedback, and scholarly publishing best practices should precede major changes to journal workflow, policies, or features. In this session, Brittany Swett will discuss the types of data that can help inform journal decision-making. She will provide an overview of decision-making models and data collection methods, then present several case studies of how journals have used data to change their peer review process, allocate staffing resources, or add or remove journal enhancements
    • Breakout sessions – 12:00 pm – 1:30
      • Exploring the Landscape of Literature Reviews in Nursing Scientific Literature – Heather Carter-Templeton, Jordan Wrigley, Leila Ledbetter, Leslie Nicoll, Marilyn Oermann, Peggy Chinn, Jacqueline Owens
      • Themed Journals and Theme Issues: Joys and Concerns – Martha Lewis-Hunstiger
    • INANE Annual Business Meeting and Welcome to Nashville, 2022 – 1:45 pm -3:30 pm
    • Daily Discussion – 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm