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Call For Manuscripts for Special Issue of Frontiers in Pharmacology

Dear IACRN Members,

Please see the message below with a call for participation to publish in the journal Frontiers in Pharmacology collection. We are fortunate to have 5 topic editors that are part of IACRN! If you have any questions please reach out to IACRN member Carolyn Jones at

IACRN Research Committee


Building the Clinical Research Workforce: Challenges, Capacities and Competencies

We are special topic editors of the recently launched research collection, Building the Clinical Research Workforce: Challenges, Capacities and Competencies in Frontiers in Pharmacology. We want this to be the most up-to-date and impactful collection of research on this topic and also want to provide a venue for the CRN voice.
Why publish in our research topic?
Alongside a top group of authors, your work will be published in Frontiers in Pharmacology, a leading journal in the field with a Journal Impact Factor of 5.988 and a CiteScore of 6.6.
Proudly, three of the Topic Editors are members of the IACRN Research Committee: Carolynn Jones, Hazel Ann Smith, and Elizabeth Johnson.

As well as original research, we also accept reviews/mini-reviews, brief research reports, perspectives, clinical trials, case reports and opinion articles. Steps to participate are: Go to the link above and register under the tab “Participate in this Topic” and then click Submit to submit your title and abstract. Once fully registered, you will be cleared to submit your manuscript.
The site is very user friendly.
The deadline for manuscript submission is September 17, 2023, but Frontiers’ fast-track review process, led by my editorial team, means each article is published online as soon as it’s been successfully peer-reviewed and accepted (typically within 61 days). 
As an open access journal, publishing fees are applied to accepted articles. Please contact to discuss fees, institutional waivers, and discounts. If you have any other questions in the meantime, please let me know. My email is
Clinical Research Nurses have unique insights will be a great addition to this topic, and we look forward to hearing more about your latest research and topic expertise. If you are already signed up - we look forward to your submissions.
Best regards, 
Carolynn Thomas Jones
Hazel Ann Smith
Elizabeth Johnson

International Association of Clinical Research Nurses

PO Box 7
Mullica Hill, NJ 08062, USA
(609) 519-9689 (Phone)

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