• Gastroenterology Nursing Journal Reviewers

    GNJ is looking to expand its pool of peer reviewers and welcomes applications for new reviewers. For novice peer reviewers, it is possible to request a peer review mentor. As a reviewer, you’ll be invited to evaluate manuscripts in your content area of expertise or as a “general” reader. For instance, you might be asked to review a research study to see if you think the study would be meaningful to our readers. Most reviewers do 4-5 a year reviews on average and spend 1-2 hours for each review. In recognition of the valued contribution of our peer reviewers, we offer continuing education (CE) credits for every manuscript reviewed. Contact Editor-in-Chief Kathy Baker at or Rhoda Redulla, Associate Editor at

  • The WRITE Project

    Calling all new and experienced healthcare writers! The Gastroenterology Nursing Journal (GNJ) WRITE Project, a guided writing-for-publication workshop to help GI nurses and associates write excellent peer-reviewed articles that are more likely to be published, is looking for participants for the upcoming 2023-2024 year. For more information visit