"The AANA Journal is the scholarly arm of the profession and a tangible representation, to the public and other professional disciplines, of just who we are," said the Journal's editor in chief, Chuck Biddle, CRNA, PhD.
"Ethical Conundrums: Plagiarism, Authorship, Conflict of Interest" also will be discussed by the faculty, and Biddle
will offer up his
personal perspectives as editor in chief on the peer review process and anticipating reviewer concerns.
These sessions and other relevant issues will be interspersed with open dialogue in an effort to foster a candid exchange of questions and concerns between committee members and participants.
The roundtable luncheon, which requires preregistration, goes one step further.
"Generously sponsored and supported by the AANA
, the luncheon provides a relaxing and traditional opportunity to discuss and break bread.
Attendees meet the Journal Committee members up close, and we have an opportunity to engage one another in a more intimate manner than might otherwise be possible," said Biddle
Anyone, including students, can attend the session, which is scheduled on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. As the workshop has evolved over the years, the doors have opened up to receive attendees of all backgrounds.
In the past, "the notion of seeding training programs with workshop alumni seemed to be the most logical and efficient way to get the word out," Biddle
They meet others who share a kindred interest in scholarly transmission and they are armed with efficient, valid, and reliable measures to help them achieve their goals of disseminating scholarly information," Biddle