Students please send us those informatics related papers for potential publication. Especially those that have had some serious peer and faculty critique. Don't just let them gather dust on faculty shelves or be put in the famous round file (trash can). See our student submission guidelines to take part in the professional experience of publishing. It is fun to see your name in print.
Manuscripts should be voluntary contributions, although the editors reserve the right to invite contributions from selected informatics experts, to be submitted for the exclusive attention of OJNI. Manuscripts are accepted for consideration with the understanding that they represent original, unpublished material not being considered for publication elsewhere. The manuscripts must be related to informatics and may include Education, Practice, Administration, Research, Internet-Based CE, Patient Education, Instructional Technology, International Issues, Telehealth, Educational Opportunities, Tantalizing Talk About Technology, Impact of NI, Collaboration, Regulatory, or Other areas.
Your manuscript must be submitted after it has been reviewed, critiqued, and graded by your faculty member. Your manuscript must also be accompanied by a recommendation for submission from your faculty member.
E-mail one copy of the manuscript and cover letter in the body of the e-mail document or as an attached document to OJNI Submission.
If you do not receive a reply from an editor within five days confirming receipt of your submission, please contact OJNI.Include any images/figures and tables at the end of your manuscript, labeled as Figure 1, Table 1, and so on.
Student manuscripts are reviewed by one editor and the decision to publish is based upon this review. No manuscript will be returned.
Include a cover page with the following:
*The principal author will be contacted regarding the manuscript.
Include the Recommendation Letter from your faculty member recommending your submission for publication.
Upon acceptance for publication, the principal author must
OJNI reserves the right to edit all manuscripts not only to conform to style and space limitations, but also for clarity.
of inquiry to the editors is welcome. However, such letters are