The National League for Nursing disseminates important information and knowledge to members, the health care community, various stakeholders, and to the public at large, through a variety of publications.
The NLN works with members to ensure that the content of our books and monographs meets the needs of nurse faculty. To expand the scope and reach of its publishing, the NLN has teamed with Wolters Kluwer Health which is now the exclusive distributor of print and e-books for the NLN. Visit the NLN Bookstore » to see the list of publications currently available for purchase.
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Nursing Education Perspectives:
The NLN Research Journal
Mission Statement: The Premier Nurse Education Journal for Scholarship in Nursing Education
A publication of the National League for Nursing since 1980, Nursing Education Perspectives (NEP) is a peer-reviewed, bimonthly journal that provides evidence for best practices in nursing education. Through the publication of rigorously designed studies, the journal contributes to the advancement of the science of nursing education. It serves as a forum for research and innovation regarding teaching and learning, curricula, technology, and other issues important to nursing education. Today, as nurse educators strive to advance research in nursing education and break away from established patterns and chart new pathways in nursing education, Nursing Education Perspectives is a vital resource for NLN Members.
NLN Members: Click here to read all current and past issues and pre-publication articles
(You must be logged in to your NLN.org account for full access)
PLEASE NOTE: THE NLN IS AWARE THAT SOME MEMBERS ARE HAVING DIFFICULTY ACCESSING NEP AND IS WORKING ON GETTING THIS RESOLVED AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE (01/15/2021).
Non-Members: Join the NLN today and receive immediate access to the NEP or click here to learn about your options for purchasing content.
Manuscript Submissions: NEP welcomes submissions on issues important to nurse educators, nursing education researchers, deans and directors of nursing programs, and others in the health care community. Topics of interest include nursing education research focused on technology in nursing education, including simulation and informatics; teaching and learning; curriculum development; the recruitment and retention of students; faculty issues; assessment and evaluation and high-stakes testing; diversity and global initiatives; service-learning; and nursing education focused on the care of vulnerable populations. Readers are nurse faculty, deans and directors of nursing education programs, researchers, and others in the health care community.
All manuscripts must be submitted online via Editorial Manager at http://www.editorialmanager/com/nep.
Please email email@example.com for queries about submitting a manuscript to NEP.
NEP Special Topics: Call for Special Issue Manuscripts
This biweekly, e-letter from NLN CEO Dr. Beverly Malone keeps NLN members in the know as she shares her thoughts about a variety of initiatives and about issues and challenges facing the nursing education community around the world.
Distributed electronically twice per month, each issue spotlights an aspect of the NLN’s professional development activities and includes a short article on the subject and a listing of events and programming relating to the subject.
This e-newsletter on federal and state issues from the NLN’s Office of Advocacy and Public Policy addresses areas of concern to the NLN membership.