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  1. This article contest will be different than the others we've had in the past. Instead of cash, we are going to give away gift cards to restaurants to the top 3 winners so you can have a break from cooking by picking up food instead. Some of these articles may be featured in our upcoming magazine. Get your article in today for a chance to be featured in the magazine. The winners will be selected by the members in a poll. The top 3 winners will split the $300 prize. We want to encourage you to share your story of what is going on in your life now...how you are coping with the constantly changing protocols that COVID-19 is creating. We know you are having to deal with many shortages and are risking your own safety to care for patients. We thank you!! The topics for your article can be about anything as long as it is about COVID-19... how this is altering your life - emotionally, educational, physically, etc. Here are a few suggestions for topics: Fear Anxiety Paranoia Financial worries Graduation delayed Clinicals canceled NCLEX delayed Nursing programs closed Have you tested positive for and become ill with the COVID-19? Are you in a high-risk group? School closings/children at home Lack of childcare Social isolation Who Can Enter This contest is open to all. You don't have to be an experienced writer. This is open to nurses and students. We all have our own Coronavirus stories to tell... Please share yours with us. Rules of Submission We are so glad you wish to submit an article. Here are the rules of submission: Article tone and content must comply with our rules and Terms of Service. No solicitation. Articles must have a minimum of 600 words. No plagiarism - Your article must be written in your own words and cannot be posted on other websites, blogs, etc. prior to posting on allnurses. Articles will be reviewed and approved by staff for consideration before displaying publicly. Articles must be unique and should not be listed on other websites, blogs, article sites, etc. prior to posting on allnurses. Once your articles have been published on allnurses.com, you are welcome and encouraged to share them on your other sites and social channels. You may submit multiple articles. You grant permission to allnurses.com rights to publish in magazines, books, etc. You will be notified and credited if published. Keep personal formatting choices such as font choice and size to a minimum - use only for headings. Check grammar, punctuation, and spelling before clicking SUBMIT. How to Submit Your Article To submit an Article anywhere on the site, go to the forum of choice and click the green tab on the right: ADD NEW TOPIC When that loads, click, "Article?". Then, click the dropdown menu that reads: "Yes I'm Submitting An Article". Follow the instructions to complete all required fields (TITLE, ARTICLE SUMMARY, and CONTENT), scroll and click SUBMIT TOPIC. Once you have submitted the Article, it will be reviewed and approved by Administration. If Administrators have questions, they will contact you for additional information. Only Articles containing 600 words or more will qualify for the contest. If you have questions about Article submissions, please contact the Admin Help Desk Good luck to everyone! We are looking forward to reading your articles. Panera's Chilis Home Depot Olive Garden LongHorn Cheddars Yard House Bahama Breeze ...and more
  2. tnbutterfly - Mary

    Celebrate Nurses Article Contest

    $600 in Cash Prizes! $200 Each for the Top 3 Articles As nurses, you know about many of the different facets of the nursing profession, but I'll bet no one knows all there is to know about all the various specialties and areas of nursing. Nursing is not a one-size-fits-all. Yes, we all have a license. But there are so many nursing specialties and different types of jobs that require specialized nursing training. Who better to highlight a day in the lives of nurses walking many different paths in their careers than the fabulous nurses here at allnurses? Article Topics: For this contest, we want you to share the specialty area you work in, the training required, your job description, a typical day, why you chose this area of nursing, etc. This is a great way to celebrate the vast diversity of the nursing profession. Contest Rules: Article tone and content must comply with our contest rules and Terms of Service. Articles must have a minimum of 600 words. Articles must be submitted between May 6th and June 30th No plagiarism - your article must be written in your own words and cannot be posted on other websites, blogs, etc. prior to posting on allnurses. Articles will be reviewed and approved by staff for consideration before displaying publicly. Articles must be unique, articles should not be listed on other websites, blogs, article sites etc. prior to posting on allnurses. You may submit multiple articles. You grant permission to allnurses.com rights to publish in magazines, books, etc. You will be notified and credited if published. Keep personal formatting choices such as font choice and size to a minimum - use only for headings. Check grammar, punctuation, and spelling before clicking SUBMIT. Upon closure of the contest, all articles will be reviewed and the top 10 will be selected. The top 3 articles will be decided by a vote of the members. Who Can Enter? This contest is open to nurses of all specialties. You don’t have to be an experienced writer. As long as you are a nurse with any experience at all, you have something to share. We are hoping to get articles from nurses across the wide variety of nursing specialties. How to Submit an Article To submit an Article anywhere on the site, go to the forum of choice and click the green tab on the right: ADD NEW TOPIC When that loads, click, "Article?" Then, click the dropdown menu that reads: "Yes I'm Submitting An Article". Follow the instructions to complete all required fields (TITLE, ARTICLE SUMMARY, and CONTENT), scroll and click SUBMIT TOPIC. We do allow posters to enter a short BIO. In the BIO, you can talk a little about yourself and what you do. A static link may also be added. PLEASE NOTE: Once you have submitted the Article, it will be reviewed and approved by Administration. If Administrators have questions, they will contact you for additional information. If you have questions about Article submissions, please contact the Content and Community Director: tnbutterfly@allnurses.com. Don't Wait Get your article submitted now. The sooner you submit your article, the sooner others will be reading about your area of expertise and the more views and likes you will receive. Who knows...You could be one of the lucky ones enjoying a $200 prize later this summer. What have you got to lose? Be proud of the part you play to make nursing the most trusted profession. Share your unique story about the path(s) you have chosen for your nursing journey. The contest is closed to additional article submissions. Voting is now in progress in this poll: Celebrate Nurses Article Contest - You Pick 3 Winners
  3. Brian

    Previous Article Contest Winners

    Congratulations to all winners! Thanks to everyone who has submitted articles. Latest feedback we are getting: We've had many wonderful articles, why not share your wonderful nursing knowledge? Why Submit An Article? To share knowledge To express life experiences To interact with others To be recognized by peers And last but not least - to win cash prizes and more. Below is a list of our previous nursing article contest winners: July 2010 allnurses.com Dear Nursing Student To my preceptor, future students beware (rant) How I passed the NCLEX on the first and second try! allnurses-breakroom.com Divorcing the divorce Why I don't eat chicken Not just a regular car fire Dec 2009 1st: If I could see you one last time... This is what I would say. 2nd: Alzheimer's: The curse and the blessing 3rd: The magic of kleenex 4th: Ninety-nine percent spirit 5th: Sandpaper kisses 6th: Nana I have to go! Sept 2009 1st: Thank-you son 2nd: Nursing me black 3rd: Does God make mistakes? May 2009 1st: There's a mousetrap in my med cart 2nd: Becoming a nurse the hard way. 3rd: The most amazing patient Feb 2009 1st: How my instructor affected my life 2nd: Day one in the life of a nursing student 3rd: Suicide on the ward Dec 2008 1st: Mid shift shower..... 2nd: Funny nursing related stories 3rd: Orientation day LPN to RN 4th: Remember the Geri-chair? 5th: I married Santa Sept 2008 1st: The patient I failed 2nd: The most beautiful curls I'd ever seen 3rd: Rocking Camille June 2008 1st: "Nancy" and Babs 2nd: Just another code 3rd: Candid conversations with families March 2008 1st: Tips for human beings entering nursing 2nd: Lessons from an autopsy (warning: graphic) 3rd: She - A sexual assault story Feb 2008 1st: In bed with dying patient 2nd: The last bag of pretzels 3rd: Full circle, my first year of nursing Dec 2007 1st: The patients who break your heart 2nd: What being a nurse has taught me 3rd: Respect and religion: Learning a lesson We welcome and strongly encourage all members to submit nursing articles! it's wonderful to get such a diverse collection of articles from around the globe!
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