Now accepting submissions for:
Are you proud of your contribution to the program or services your team provides? Would you like to share your clinical practice, education, research or administrative expertise with other registered nurses?
We are looking for fresh nursing content for Alberta RN magazine. With an audience of more than 37,000 registered nurses and nurse practitioners, your message can really make an impact in the Alberta nursing community.
Submit online to Alberta RN magazine or mail hard copies to:
Alberta RN Magazine
11120 - 178 Street
Edmonton, AB T5S 1P2
Alberta RN magazine invites original articles (800 word maximum and written in plain language) on the following:
We encourage supporting photos, data tables and illustrative graphics that may be used if space permits.
Research articles should be submitted as plain language abstracts. The articles should focus on the main purpose and methods of the study or research and provide a clear statement of the findings and their implications for nursing practice. We’ll also accept articles that deal with research in progress or projects that have yet to be launched under these guidelines. Please note, literature references may be listed in an accompanying bibliography, but not in the body of the article.
As with most magazines, the editor reserves the right to edit all articles and makes the final decision on publication suitability. CARNA also reserves copyright for all articles published in Alberta RN magazine so reproduction without the written permission of the publisher is not allowed.
Letters should be a maximum of 300 words and include your name and city. Letters may be edited for length and clarity.
If you are submitting the name of an Alberta registered nurse, current or former, who has passed away, please forward the relevant information including an obituary to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: under the Personal Information Protection Act, in order to publish certain information included in In Memoriam, we need written consent from the person who has authority to act on the deceased’s behalf: the executor/administrator of estate or the funeral arranger.