CJON Writing Mentorship Program

Authors New to the Publishing Experience

Have you ever thought about writing a full-length article for a peer-reviewed journal but don’t know where to start? Do you have an idea but lack publishing experience and writing mentorship support? The CJON Writing Mentorship Program can help. The mentorship program pairs burgeoning writers with published authors to produce an article over the course of six months. You and your mentor will develop an open line of communication to discuss any issues that may arise while planning and writing your article. At the end of six months, you will submit your article for publication in an issue of CJON.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible to be a fellow, you must meet the following criteria.

  • Be an ONS member.
  • Be a direct caregiver of any educational level who have never before published an article or department in a peer-reviewed journal or published a book chapter. You may, however, have published articles in your SIG, chapter, or hospital newsletters.
  • Have basic computer skills and access to a computer.
  • Complete an application.

​To apply to the program, submit an application and your resume/CV to pubCJON@ons.org.

Experienced Authors Seeking Mentoring Opportunities

Are you a published author who wants to help new writers publish an article for the first time? Do you want to share your experience as an author with others? You would be a perfect match for the CJON Writing Mentorship Program. As a mentor in the program, you will be paired with a new nurse author to assist in the publication process. You will be available to answer questions, give feedback, and provide support to your fellow.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Be an ONS member.
  • Have experience publishing in peer-reviewed journals.
  • Be motivated to help new writers learn the ropes of publishing.
  • Current ONS staff members are not eligible to apply. Review board members are eligible.

To apply to the program, submit an application and your resume/CV to pubCJON@ons.org.