American Nurse Today Frequently Asked Questions

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  1. How often is American Nurse Today published?
  2. How do I change my mailing information?
  3. Does the journal offer CE credits?
  4. How can I submit an article for publishing in American Nurse Today?
  5. Who can I contact about an article idea I have?
  6. Does the journal have a Web site?
  7. How do I submit feedback to the publishers of American Nurse Today?
  8. How do I get permission to use content from American Nurse Today?
  9. How do I order reprints of an article from American Nurse Today?
  10. Who can I contact regarding advertising in American Nurse Today?
  11. How can I subscribe to American Nurse Today if I am not currently a member of ANA?

Q 1: How often is American Nurse Today published?
A: American Nurse Today is published 12 times a year – 6 print issues (mailed in the “odd” months of the year) and 6 online issue (American Nurse Today. . .ONLINE delivered to your email address in the “even” months of the year). In order to received all issues, ANA needs your current mailing address as well as an email address for delivery of American Nurse Today. . .Online.

Q 2: How do I change my mailing information?
A: Please make sure that your state association and/or ANA has your current mailing address. We need current information to make sure you receive American Nurse Today so please be sure to keep us informed. You can change your mailing address by updating your online profile. Once you have logged in, select "Members Only Content.” On the home page of Members Only, there will be a blue box on the top of the right boarder. Select "Modify Your Profile" and update your information. If you are not a member and need to update your mailing address, please go to the American Nurse Today website and click on "Contact Us" or send request to Jennifer Kenny at jkenny@healthcommedia.com.

Q 3: Does the journal offer CE credits?
A: Yes, American Nurse Today includes opportunities for individuals to earn CE credits in a wide variety of topics, and, depending on the article, pharmacology credits too! (See link below.)

Q 4: How can I submit an article for publishing in American Nurse Today
A: Author guidelines and tips can be found on the American Nurse Today web site. (See link below.)

Q 5: Who can I contact about an article idea I have?
A: The editorial staff will be delighted to consider your manuscript for possible publication on topics ranging from clinical to practical to “mind/body/spirit.” E-mail the journal’s editorial manager, Cynthia Saver, RN at csaver@americannursetoday.com with your query.

Q 6: Does the journal have a Web site?
A: Yes, www.AmericanNurseToday.com includes dynamic nursing content news, online exclusive articles, blogs, career resources and more

Q 7: How do I submit feedback to the publishers of American Nurse Today?
A: Visit the journal’s Web site (see link below). Click on “Letters to the Editor” to submit your comment. Or, you can write to American Nurse Today, c/o HealthCom Media, 259 Veterans Lane, 3rd Floor, Doylestown, PA 18901.

Q 8: How do I get permission to use content from American Nurse Today?
A: . E-mail Jennifer Kenny at HealthCom Media, the publishers of American Nurse Today at jkenny@healthcommedia.com. She will reply with a form that you will complete describing how you will be using the article. Or, submit your request via mail to: Jennifer Kenny, American Nurse Today, c/o HealthCom Media, 259 Veterans Lane, 3rd Floor, Doylestown, PA 18901.

Q 9: How do I order reprints of an article from American Nurse Today?
A: E-mail Jennifer Kenny at HealthCom Media, the publishers of American Nurse Today at jkenny@healthcommedia.com. Or, submit your request via mail to: Jennifer Kenny, American Nurse Today, c/o HealthCom Media, 259 Veterans Lane, 3rd Floor, Doylestown, PA 18901.

Q 10: Who can I contact regarding advertising in American Nurse Today?
A: Contact Tyra London, associate publisher, HealthCom Media, 215-489-7000, ext. 117, or tlondon@healthcommedia.com.

Q 11: How can I subscribe to American Nurse Today if I am not currently a member of ANA?
A: We invite you to consider membership in the leading nursing organization that is making a difference in nursing practice, www.NursingWorld.org/memapp/. You will receive American Nurse Today as a membership benefit! If, for some reason you aren’t quite ready to join, you can subscribe by going to the American Nurse Today web site (see link below.)

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