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Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note I never thought I might begin my note by asking readers to please turn to our “Guidelines for Contributors.” There have been lots of changes. Most notably, our publisher Springer Publishing Company is dragging the Nursing History Review out of the dark ages and into the 21st century. Adam Etkin, the executive editor for journals at Springer, has put the manuscript submis - sion process into Editorial Manager. Cindy Connolly, our associate editor, and I are frowning: We liked our paper-and-pencil processes. Jake Rutkowski, our managing editor, is beaming: He gets to show off his technological savvy. The timing, though, is perfect. As I write, I am assembling Volume 26 for its April 1 deadline. All subsequent manuscripts that may make up Volume 27 are yet to arrive. Most authors and reviewers will experience little change. Most authors have been submitting manuscripts and reviews through some sort of electronic system for many years now. And Editorial Manager is one of the more com - mon ones we have used. And we feel we are in good hands with Jake managing what are termed the “back-end” processes that will move manuscripts along. The most significant thing authors will experience is signing http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nursing History Review Springer Publishing

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Publisher
Springer Publishing
ISSN
1062-8061
eISSN
1938-1913
DOI
10.1891/1062-8061.26.1.14
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Abstract

I never thought I might begin my note by asking readers to please turn to our “Guidelines for Contributors.” There have been lots of changes. Most notably, our publisher Springer Publishing Company is dragging the Nursing History Review out of the dark ages and into the 21st century. Adam Etkin, the executive editor for journals at Springer, has put the manuscript submis - sion process into Editorial Manager. Cindy Connolly, our associate editor, and I are frowning: We liked our paper-and-pencil processes. Jake Rutkowski, our managing editor, is beaming: He gets to show off his technological savvy. The timing, though, is perfect. As I write, I am assembling Volume 26 for its April 1 deadline. All subsequent manuscripts that may make up Volume 27 are yet to arrive. Most authors and reviewers will experience little change. Most authors have been submitting manuscripts and reviews through some sort of electronic system for many years now. And Editorial Manager is one of the more com - mon ones we have used. And we feel we are in good hands with Jake managing what are termed the “back-end” processes that will move manuscripts along. The most significant thing authors will experience is signing

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Nursing History ReviewSpringer Publishing

Published: Jan 1, 2018

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