The honor society produces a variety of publications that also support the learning and professional development of nurses: Journal of Nursing Scholarship a leading, peer-reviewed scholarly journal with a global circulation of 125,000, is published quarterly and is available in both print and full-text, searchable online formats to members and subscribers.
Reflections on Nursing Leadership is the honor society's award-winning, quarterly online member magazine that communicates nurses' contributions and relevance to the health of people worldwide.
WORLDviews on Evidence -Based NursingTM a quarterly periodical available in print and full text, searchable online formats to members and subscribers, is a leading global source of the best research and evidence available with applications to nursing practice, administration, education and policy.
Chapter Leader Emphasis, is a biannual newsletter sent to more than 3,500 chapter leaders.
STTIconnect is a monthly electronic newsletter sent to all members.
Scholarly books are available on a wide range of topics in nursing and health care of interest to members and other nurses around the world.
In addition, the honor society hosts the Registry of Nursing Research online database in its Virginia Henderson International Nursing Library. The emphasis of the library is on advancing the development, dissemination and utilization of nursing research.
The database contains more than 34,000 research studies and conference abstracts from around the world. It is free, available at anytime and searchable.
Organizations sponsoring conferences and individuals conducting research are invited to contact the library for more information about submitting abstracts for posting in the library.
Nursing Knowledge International was established in 2002 as a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) subsidiary of the honor society to serve the knowledge needs of the global nursing community. Through its Web site, the organization delivers nursing knowledge designed to improve patient outcomes by enhancing the knowledge base of its nurse customers. More than 31,000 nurses have joined the Nursing Knowledge International community.
The International Honor Society for Nursing Building Corporation, incorporated in 1993 as a corporation with 501(c)(2) status, holds title to real and personal property for the benefit of Sigma Theta Tau International. The Building Corporation also manages and maintains the honor society's 39,350 square foot building and grounds.
Sigma Theta Tau International Foundation of Nursing holds all permanent funds of the honor society. These assets are distributed over nine different endowed or restricted funds, each established for a specific purpose. Endowed funds contain donations made by members and friends of nursing, but only the interest earned from these funds are distributed. Restricted funds hold monies that are given to the honor society for a specific activity and distributed accordingly.