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Looking Forward to 2023

Looking Forward to 2023 Editorial Cindy Peternelj-Taylor, RN, BScN, MSc, DF-IAFN s I write this editorial, I have just returned from the searchable, and can be cited. So, when scanning the latest 2022InternationalConferenceonForensicNursing issue of the Journal of Forensic Nursing through online A Science and Practice that was held in Dallas, Texas, member access, the journal's website, or library access, fromSeptember28to October1.Itwasparticularlyenergiz- be sure to take note of the variety of articles that will be ing to attend the conferencein person this year and celebrate featured in upcoming issues of the journal. the 30th Anniversary of the InternationalAssociation of Fo- Readers will also note that we are publishing more open rensic Nurses. I had the opportunity to reminisce with col- access articles, whereby authors pay an article publishing leagues I have known for years, and I had the occasion to charge, which allows them to comply with their funding meet with many first-time attendees. A highlight for many mandates by offering their articles as open access. This op- (including me) was to connect once again with Virginia tion is available after acceptance and does not influence Lynch, oftenreferredtoasthe Mother of Forensic Nursing, what will be accepted by virtue of the authors paying the who graced the conference by her attendance. article publishing fee. Open access articles are particularly Puttingthisfinalissueof2022togetherwasespeciallyre- appreciated by forensic nurses throughout the world, who warding,giventhequalityanddiversityofarticlesrepresent- may not have access to the Journal of Forensic Nursing via ing forensic nursing from across the United States, Canada, membership, personal subscription, or library access. and Australia. The articles featured address telehealth, Some Things to Look Forward to in 2023 HIV postexposure prophylaxis, persons living with HIV in carceral environments, historicalcontext of custodial health Firstoff,Iampleasedtonotethatwehavebeenapprovedfor nursing, correctional nursing work environments, child sex- 40 additional pages (20 print pages and 20 online-only ual abuse and suicide, interprofessional collaboration in pages) per year beginning in 2023. Depending on the length trauma-informedpediatrics,andthebenefitsofDNAcollec- of accepted articles, this translates into 5–10 additional arti- tion beyond 24 hours in pediatrics. This issue also features cles over the course of the year. I am also looking forward to twoLettersto the Editor that showcase contemporary issues the special issue of the journal edited by Dr. CandaceBurton facing forensic nursing: the need for advance practice regis- and Dr. Jessica Draughon Moret, devoted to health dispar- tered nurses in medicolegal death investigations and inti- ity and health equity in forensic nursing, that will be pub- mate examinations without consent. The issue wraps up lished in 2023. While on the topic of special issues, please with an Association Paper that addresses the International stay tuned for a Call for Abstracts for the next special issue AssociationofForensicNurses'positiononvirginitytesting. addressing campus sexual assaults edited by Dr. Donna I also would like to remind readers thatarticles that have Scott Tilley, who will be the lead guest editor on this special been accepted for publication are published ahead of print issue that will be published in 2024. before being assigned to an issue, once the proof pages have In closing, we are working diligently to ensure that the been approved. As a quarterly peer-reviewed journal, being journal is relevant to nurse clinicians, educators, administra- able to publish articles ahead of print gets the latest publica- tors, researchers, and policy makers across the breadth of fo- tions out to readers in a timely fashion, rather than waiting rensic nursing. We would appreciate hearing from you. If for assignment to an issue. All articles published ahead of you have questions about publishing in the journal, we have print are published with a digital object identifier, are answers. If you have suggestions for particular topics you would like to see featured in the journal, please let us know. Author Affiliation: College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan. If you presented at the conference in Dallas, consider turning The author declares no conflict of interest. your presentation into a manuscript for review. If you are inter- Correspondence: Cindy Peternelj-Taylor, RN, BScN, MSc, ested in being a peer reviewer, please reach out to us and let us DF-IAFN, College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan, Health know. The year 2023 represents the Journal of Forensic Science Building – 1A10, Box 6, 107 Wiggins Road, Saskatoon, SK, Nursing's 19th year in publication, something that could not Canada S7N 5E5. E-mail: cindy.peternelj-taylor@usask.ca. have been accomplished without the excellent work that foren- Copyright © 2022 International Association of Forensic Nurses DOI: 10.1097/JFN.0000000000000419 sic nurses are engaged in globally, and for that, I say thank you. Journal of Forensic Nursing www.journalforensicnursing.com 193 Copyright © 2022 International Association of Forensic Nurses. Unauthorized reproduction of this article is prohibited. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Forensic Nursing Wolters Kluwer Health

Looking Forward to 2023

Journal of Forensic Nursing , Volume 18 (4) – Oct 3, 2022

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Editorial Cindy Peternelj-Taylor, RN, BScN, MSc, DF-IAFN s I write this editorial, I have just returned from the searchable, and can be cited. So, when scanning the latest 2022InternationalConferenceonForensicNursing issue of the Journal of Forensic Nursing through online A Science and Practice that was held in Dallas, Texas, member access, the journal's website, or library access, fromSeptember28to October1.Itwasparticularlyenergiz- be sure to take note of the variety of articles that will be ing to attend the conferencein person this year and celebrate featured in upcoming issues of the journal. the 30th Anniversary of the InternationalAssociation of Fo- Readers will also note that we are publishing more open rensic Nurses. I had the opportunity to reminisce with col- access articles, whereby authors pay an article publishing leagues I have known for years, and I had the occasion to charge, which allows them to comply with their funding meet with many first-time attendees. A highlight for many mandates by offering their articles as open access. This op- (including me) was to connect once again with Virginia tion is available after acceptance and does not influence Lynch, oftenreferredtoasthe Mother of Forensic Nursing, what will be accepted by virtue of the authors paying the who graced the conference by her attendance. article publishing fee. Open access articles are particularly Puttingthisfinalissueof2022togetherwasespeciallyre- appreciated by forensic nurses throughout the world, who warding,giventhequalityanddiversityofarticlesrepresent- may not have access to the Journal of Forensic Nursing via ing forensic nursing from across the United States, Canada, membership, personal subscription, or library access. and Australia. The articles featured address telehealth, Some Things to Look Forward to in 2023 HIV postexposure prophylaxis, persons living with HIV in carceral environments, historicalcontext of custodial health Firstoff,Iampleasedtonotethatwehavebeenapprovedfor nursing, correctional nursing work environments, child sex- 40 additional pages (20 print pages and 20 online-only ual abuse and suicide, interprofessional collaboration in pages) per year beginning in 2023. Depending on the length trauma-informedpediatrics,andthebenefitsofDNAcollec- of accepted articles, this translates into 5–10 additional arti- tion beyond 24 hours in pediatrics. This issue also features cles over the course of the year. I am also looking forward to twoLettersto the Editor that showcase contemporary issues the special issue of the journal edited by Dr. CandaceBurton facing forensic nursing: the need for advance practice regis- and Dr. Jessica Draughon Moret, devoted to health dispar- tered nurses in medicolegal death investigations and inti- ity and health equity in forensic nursing, that will be pub- mate examinations without consent. The issue wraps up lished in 2023. While on the topic of special issues, please with an Association Paper that addresses the International stay tuned for a Call for Abstracts for the next special issue AssociationofForensicNurses'positiononvirginitytesting. addressing campus sexual assaults edited by Dr. Donna I also would like to remind readers thatarticles that have Scott Tilley, who will be the lead guest editor on this special been accepted for publication are published ahead of print issue that will be published in 2024. before being assigned to an issue, once the proof pages have In closing, we are working diligently to ensure that the been approved. As a quarterly peer-reviewed journal, being journal is relevant to nurse clinicians, educators, administra- able to publish articles ahead of print gets the latest publica- tors, researchers, and policy makers across the breadth of fo- tions out to readers in a timely fashion, rather than waiting rensic nursing. We would appreciate hearing from you. If for assignment to an issue. All articles published ahead of you have questions about publishing in the journal, we have print are published with a digital object identifier, are answers. If you have suggestions for particular topics you would like to see featured in the journal, please let us know. Author Affiliation: College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan. If you presented at the conference in Dallas, consider turning The author declares no conflict of interest. your presentation into a manuscript for review. If you are inter- Correspondence: Cindy Peternelj-Taylor, RN, BScN, MSc, ested in being a peer reviewer, please reach out to us and let us DF-IAFN, College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan, Health know. The year 2023 represents the Journal of Forensic Science Building – 1A10, Box 6, 107 Wiggins Road, Saskatoon, SK, Nursing's 19th year in publication, something that could not Canada S7N 5E5. E-mail: cindy.peternelj-taylor@usask.ca. have been accomplished without the excellent work that foren- Copyright © 2022 International Association of Forensic Nurses DOI: 10.1097/JFN.0000000000000419 sic nurses are engaged in globally, and for that, I say thank you. Journal of Forensic Nursing www.journalforensicnursing.com 193 Copyright © 2022 International Association of Forensic Nurses. Unauthorized reproduction of this article is prohibited.

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