Working on RPG Protocols

by Hawke Robinson published 2019/02/15 19:40:09 GMT+0, last modified 2019-02-15T19:40:09+00:00
Apologies for delays in responses, working feverishly on protocol documents for journal submission.
I've been working hard (the past few weeks) writing 4 Therapeutic Recreation #RPG protocols (TRPG, LARP, ERPG, SABM) for Autism, at-risk, incarcerated, social phobia, and other populations, for requested submission to the American Therapeutic Recreation Association's Journal and their very specific protocol formatting requirements before this Friday midnight deadline.
 
Drawing from the research I've been doing since 1983, the experience working in partnership with many professionals from a variety of disciplines helping me to implement RPG education programs since 1985 and therapeutic programs since 2004, and all the research gathered and available through the https://www.rpgresearch.com repositories.
 
With everything I'm juggling, not sure it is going to be suitably format ready in time for this year's journal, but powering through best I can, hoping I can pull it off before the deadline (and then of course the quesion whether they will be accepted or not). Odds are I'm not going to make it before the deadline this year, but wanted to let folks know why I haven't been very responsive to communications of late.
 
Apologies to folks for my lengthy delays in responding to applications, client requests, general queries, and comments.
 
I'll try to get caught up over the weekend.

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Hawke Robinson says:
Feb 15, 2019 09:18 PM
I am very much doubting this is going to be good enough in time for the deadline. I haven't given up yet, but if I don't make it, we'll make it a positive. I will then submit it through our internal peer review process to make these that much better. And then we'll either submit to open journals (which is my preference always of course), or else self-release to our Patreon supporters.
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