Today's Veterinary Nurse is making a call for article submissions for its 2023 journals. If you or a colleague are interested in writing an article in this quarterly, peer-reviewed publication, please review the information below and submit your topic submission by March 9, 2022.
I've provided a few things below to help make this easier:
1. General guidelines on our publication, article formats, and commonly covered clinical topics
2. Format for topic submissions
3. Link to past issues: https://todaysveterinarynurse.com/issues/
Note: Please send submissions to email@example.com with the subject line "TVN Article Topic"
Today’s Veterinary Nurse (TVN) provides informative, practical articles with the latest information for the companion animal veterinary professional. Articles should emphasize standard-of-care diagnostics and management, but new advances in the field should be presented.
Please submit article topic submissions in the following format. Manuscripts, if available, will be considered but the following format is acceptable:
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject Line: TVN Article Topic
Overview: 50-100 words on the main ideas to be covered and relevance to a practicing veterinary nurse.
Bulleted Skeleton: A bulleted list of section topics to be covered
• Review of a disease/condition, with a focus on improving the knowledge and skill set of the veterinary technician.
• Step-by-step tutorial with images, for example radiology, cytology, etc.
• Presentation of a case, complete with history, presentation, diagnostic tests performed, lab results, monitoring/nursing care required to support treatment, and follow-up care.
• Discussion of the clinical impact of a new or improved technique, procedure, medication, or treatment.
• Trend in veterinary nursing that could be addressed in a journalistic style and would not be peer reviewed.
• Issues that affect the wellbeing, mental health, and/or career advancement for veterinary nurses that would not be peer reviewed.
Any applicable clinical topic will be considered. Common topics include:
• Interesting Case Reports
• Client Communication
• Pain Management
• Emergency/Critical Care