Publish in the new Journal of the Academy of Health Science Educators (JAHSE)

Nancy Lombardo

Nancy Lombardo
Nancy Lombardo, MLS, is a Librarian at the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library (EHSL), University of Utah. Her work for the past decade and more has focused on digital publishing and collections.

Bryan Hull

Bryan Hull
Program Manager, Digital Publishing

Call for special issue: Reigniting your Educational Scholarship!

This past year has been a challenge in so many ways. For many of us, our educational scholarship has suffered. In response, JAHSE announces a special issue:

JAHSE’s Editorial Board invites invite you to dust off any work of educational scholarship you’ve set aside that has not yet been accepted for publication elsewhere and submit it to JASHE’s special issue.

Important Deadlines:

  • While products of educational scholarship can be submitted to JAHSE at anytime, to be considered for inclusion in the special issue, authors must submit their product(s) by September 1, 2021.
  • Peer reviewers will have 4 weeks to review their assigned product(s) and provide feedback to authors by October 1, 2021
  • Authors will have 4 weeks to respond to reviewer’s feedback and resubmit their revised product by November 1, 2021.
  • Accepted  products will be published in JAHSE within 6 weeks by Dec 15, 2021.

 


About JAHSE

JAHSE is an online, open access platform, managed by the Eccles Health Sciences Library in which products related to education scholarship can be “pre-printed” free of charge. Peer-coaching by AHSE Fellows is available to all potential authors to help you refine your work in a supportive environment. All pre-printed content will be searchable and freely available to all via the web. Once pre-printed in the Journal—after internal peer review–authors can choose to continue to improve their dissemination and submit it for publication in a traditional, eternal peer-reviewed journal. Once accepted, the pre-print will be replaced with a hyperlink to the published work in the traditional journal.

The goal of the JAHSE is to promote faculty skills needed for effective dissemination of educational scholarship. To support this goal, the JAHSE has an open acceptance policy which invites all types of disseminations of education scholarship (e.g. traditional reports of research, opinion pieces, descriptions of innovations, reviews of prior work, curriculum materials, assessments of knowledge, presentations, educational videos, etc.)

For more information about the journal and how to submit, visit our website.