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New APA Guidelines

The updated guidelines adjust terms for inclusive language. These adjustments are related to first-person and identity-first language, including age, disability status, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, social economic status and more.

Additional updates have been made to the Publication Practices and Responsibilities Authorship and primarily highlights accurate research methodologies as well as outlining the parameters for authorship credit.

Enhanced Awareness of ACEs

The CDC is seeking greater awareness of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and their connection to high rates of overdose and suicide. In collaboration with the American Public Health Association, they have developed a new training web page to help provide background and talking points.

Addressing Health Misinformation

The Surgeon General’s Community Toolkit for Addressing Health Misinformation provides specific guidance to individuals, health care professionals and administrators, teachers, school administrators, librarians, and faith leaders to understand, identify and stop the spread of health misinformation.

Editing peer reviews | COPE: Committee on Publication Ethics

These guidelines are formal COPE policy and are intended to advise editors, publishers and researchers on expected practices regarding editing peer reviews. This is helpful information for editors and peer reviewers. 

NLN Nursing Education Research Grants Guidelines

The NLN Research in Nursing Education Grants Program supports high-quality studies that contribute to the development of the science of nursing education. The NLN-funded grants promote diversity of research topics and support investigators who demonstrate rigor and innovative approaches to advance the field of nursing education research. All NLN research grants relate to the NLN Priorities for Research in Nursing Education.

Access a free archived webinar that outlines the submission process for research proposals; provides tips for developing strong, competitive proposals; and encourages submissions that clearly address issues relevant to excellence in nursing education. 

SBM Suggests Priorities for Women’s Health

Interventions To Prevent Work-Related Stress and Support Health Worker Mental Health; Request for Information

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), within the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), announces an opportunity for the public to provide information and comments on current evidence-based, workplace and occupational safety and health interventions to prevent work-associated stress, support stress reduction, and foster positive mental health and well-being among the nation’s health workers. Information and comments are also requested on interventions under development and research in progress to support and promote the mental health and well-being of health workers. NIOSH is seeking information on related best practices, promising practices…

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