Special Call for Manuscripts – Use of Games as Simulation and Gaming Theory in Simulation
The official INACSL journal: Clinical Simulation in Nursing has a special issue call out for Manuscripts on the “Use of Games as Simulation and Gaming Theory in Simulation”.
We invite health professionals who are exploring the application of gaming theory to simulation and/or using gaming simulation for teaching or evaluation to submit manuscripts for a special issue to be published in January 2016. Eric Bauman PhD, RN and Nicole Harder PhD, RN will serve as the guest editors for this special issue, to be published in January 2016. Manuscripts for consideration should be submitted to Clinical Simulation in Nursing by 1 October, 2015.
When submitting manuscripts for this special issue, please select “special issue” when Clinical Simulation in Nursing is the flagship journal of the International Association of Clinical Simulation and Learning. The journal provides a forum for research, innovation, review, and debate in simulation. The journal is dedicated to the advancement of simulation as an educational strategy to improve patient care. A double blind peer-review process is used for all submissions.
You can submit at: http://ees.elsevier.com/nursingsimulation/