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March 2015 Edition Now Available

Please find our March 2015 edition here, featuring our first photography piece from a contributor at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

We are now accepting submissions for our April 2015 edition. Please refer to the Call for Submissions and Submission Guidelines pages for more information.

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January 2015 Edition Now Available

We are pleased to share our January 2015 edition featuring a reflective essay on global health and ophthalmology by Bala Ambati, MD, PhD.

“Sight for the Sightless” can be found here.

We are now accepting submissions for our February 2015 edition. Please refer to the Call for Submissions and Submission Guidelines pages for more information.

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Call for Submissions

The Journal of Narrative Visions (JNV) is a newly established online journal that accepts narrative medicine and creative pieces related to ophthalmology, optometry, and vision care. We are now open for submissions including non-fiction, fiction, poetry, and artwork.

The next deadline to submit  and be published in our Summer 2018 Edition  is August 15th, 2018. See below for details!

Submission Process

We welcome submissions from patients, caregivers, ophthalmologists, optometrists, and other healthcare workers including medical students and residents from all over the world.

If you would like to submit a piece, please follow our submission guidelines located under “Submissions” on our website. All submissions should be emailed to narrativevisions@gmail.com.

Considerations for Acceptance

The JNV encourages submissions that reflect on personal experiences within the realm of vision care. Topics include, but are not limited to: healthcare for the blind, the effect of technology on restoring eyesight, global health missions, and the role of ophthalmologists in identifying systemic illness (diabetes, hypertension, thyroid disease, etc.).

Sponsors:

This journal is funded in part by the Arnold P. Gold Foundation.