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INANE 2020 in Nashville! Registration now open!

We are ahead of the curve this year–registration for INANE 2020 in Nashville is now open! You can also make your hotel reservations! And…we will be repeating the very successful E3: Extreme Education for Editors workshop. Registration for that event is also open. Here are some key links:

Visit the INANE 2020 Website for more information and details!

Announcing: INANE Mentor Email list!

INANE has recently established the INANE Mentor Email list. The purpose of this list is to provide current information about writing and publishing for nurses, answer questions, and provide support for those looking to grow in author and editor roles. It is designed for aspiring editors, authors, and others who are interested in disseminating nursing knowledge through the published literature, but perhaps are not at the level of full INANE activity. INANE members are active on the list and committed to answering questions, mentoring, and providing support. To be added to the list, send a message through our contact form. Make sure to tell us a little bit about yourself and why you want to be involved in INANE!

INANE Mailing List Changes!

We have recently transitioned our INANE mailing list from Yahoo! to Google Groups. If you were subscribed to the mailing list, you should have received a message announcing the change. However, part of the reason we made this change was because the Yahoo! list was not working well and messages were not getting delivered. If you would like an invitation to join the new group, please send a request through the Contact Form. Thanks!

INANE is an international collaborative – a collective of nursing editors and publishers

inane logo2focused on meeting the practice, research and education needs of the nursing profession. Our primary mission is to promote best practices in publishing and high standards in the publishing of nursing journals, books, and Web-based literature.

Each year in July or August INANE holds an international conference hosted by a volunteer member. Conferences are held at least every third year in a location other than North America.