Center for Lifelong Learning Courses


pencilsDo you want to write for publication, but don’t know where to start or how to find the time? Writing for Publication  targets health professionals who want to publish scholarly manuscripts. Writing for publication is difficult for most faculty and practitioners. This course will provide guidance in how to select the appropriate journal for submission and how to write the perfect introductory sentence. The process of writing and publishing will be presented along with keys to productivity to assist you in writing for publication. Topics will include: the process of writing, shaping an article for publication, keys to productivity, the fine points of writing, and the process of publishing.

Elizabeth M. Tornquist, MA, from Editorial Consultants in Durham, NC will be teaching the class. She has taught scientific writing to nurses, physicians, and public health professionals for over 30 years. This class is offered by the UNC Chapel Hill School of Nursing’s Center for Lifelong Learning and will be held at the William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education. Cost: $159 ($119 if requesting JMJ Scholarship funds that are available for RNs only). You may register online at http://nursing.cll.unc.edu, under Calendar of Events. If you have problems registering please call 919-966-3638.

Upcoming courses from the UNC School of Nursing Center for Lifelong Learning also include Diabetes Care Management in February, Pediatric Update in March, and  Pediatric Forensic SANE Training in April. Learn more on the CLL website at: http://nursing.cll.unc.edu.