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How to write a paper for publication

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As a professional group, nurses, whether as academics or practitioners, find it difficult to write informatively about their practice or translate the outputs of academic studies into accessible to the publications. This article aims to discuss a series of progressive steps and present some guidelines when preparing a paper for publication in nursing journals. This manuscript will assist the novice writer with the writing process. This will walk the prospective author through selecting a topic, searching the literature, following through with the submission of the manuscript and, and finally emphasizing the rewards of publication. The discussion also explores how to respond to written reviewer’s comments once the paper has been returned by the publishers. Along the way, helpful tips will be highlighted to enhance your chances of getting your manuscript accepted for publication.
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