Do you have something you want to say to the Nursing Law & Order readership?
Do you want to write and publish but not necessarily in a traditional nursing journal or magazine?
If so, consider submitting a Guest Post to the Nursing Law & Order blog.
Why? More of us need to publish and formally express our thoughts online outside of an online chatroom or forum.
Benefits? Money, Power, Prestige, and a New Lexus. (just kidding)
I would love to see Guest Posts on the following topics:
* Unions and collective bargaining;
* Predictions for nursing in 2020;
* Legal issues encountered in a specific practice setting;
* Night Shift Nursing;
* Nursing education;
* Self-employment for nurses;
* Career coaching for nurses;
* Career development for nurses;
* Substance use and abuse;
* Recovery, Addiction, and Impairment;
* Clinical practice issues;
* Transitioning from a student to NCLEX-Applicant to newly licensed nurse;
* Entry level nursing management and how to transition from staff nurse to manager; and
* Emerging issues in the nursing workplace and workforce.
Guidelines for a Guest Post on Nursing Law & Order
- Your Post must include full name and a personal email address. No blind posts will be accepted for publication;
- Your post must be original and must have never been published before on the Internet;
- You agree to not publish the post anywhere else (i.e., in your own blog or as a guest post in other blogs);
- You can include one link in the byline, which will be displayed at the bottom of the post;
- Your post must be educational or informational.
- Your post must of course involve nurses or nursing.
- Your post should be at least 400 words.
- Your post cannot mention a specific organization, group, or association unless you are authorized to speak on behalf of the organization, group, or association.
- Your post cannot trash a State Nursing Board or a nursing employer, group, or association.
- Your post should directly or indirectly relate to one or more of the many categories for blog posts on Nursing Law & Order.
- You must be a nursing student, LPN, RN, APRN or have nursing training (if your license is suspended or revoked).
Email your Guest Post as an attachment [RE: Nursing Law & Order Guest Post Submission] to Tina, my virtual assistant at email@example.com. You can also copy me on the email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your Guest Post is not accepted for publication to Nursing Law & Order, you will be notified by email. I reserve the right to reject any Guest Post for any reason but an unlawful reason at any time, something like at-will employment. If you have questions you can email me at email@example.com.