You need to do everything you can to ensure your grant application gets to the top of the pile, and getting your research results published can help.
Veteran grant writer Dorothy Lewis, PhD recently stated during her researcher national training session: "Having your data published can be very beneficial [to your funding]. With one of my recent grants, I didn't get funding until my data was published. Sometimes that’s what is needed to convince the funder that you can do the work.”
Getting your work published can have a significant impact on your funding opportunities. This means mastering how you respond to scientific journal editor comments and edits to your manuscript is more important than ever. Get it wrong, and your submitted manuscript can get rejected, which means you’re kissing funding dollars good bye.
You are NOT at the mercy of journal editors when it comes to getting your research results published. You have more control than you realize. That's where professor, scientific-writing educator and author, Barbara Gastel, MD, MPH, can help.
Dr. Gastel has spent a good portion of her career teaching scientists how to get their papers published, and now she'll share her proven strategies with you. You can check out her bio below.
During her 60-minute online training session Dr. Gastel will show you how to significantly improve your odds of getting published - even after a journal editor has sent you back their decision. Whether their response is accept with minor revisions, accept with major revisions, reconsider if revised and resubmitted or do not accept, there are actions you can take that will help your paper still get published.
By attending this online training, you’ll receive proven, step-by-step strategies to help you get more of your research results published in scientific journals. Here are just a few of the tactics you’ll receive during this must-watch training:
- Disagree with journal editor edits to your paper and still get published
- Determine when it's time to send your manuscript to another journal
- How to use a harsh review to your benefit
- Proven tactics to help non-native scientists overcome "poor English" denials
- Enlist an editor as an ally in facilitating publication of your papers
- Proven negotiation methods to avoid revisions to your paper
- Resolve when to change your paper or call it quits
- Decide whether to accept or deny option of associated journal publishing
- And so much more...
By possessing a positive, diligent, and diplomatic approach, you can speed the successful publication of your research papers in the scientific journals of your choice. Don't wait, take advantage of this training today!
Who should attend: This online training session will be most beneficial to researchers relatively new to submitting papers to journals for potential publication. However, more experienced attendees, especially those mentoring early-career researchers, also may glean some helpful tactics.
Barbara Gastel, MD, MPH, is a professor at Texas A&M University, where she teaches scientific writing and related subjects and coordinates the graduate program in science communication. She is first author of the current edition of the book How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper, and for more than a decade she edited the Council of Science Editors periodical, Science Editor. She also has written many articles and chapters on writing, editing, and other topics. Long committed to promoting the international communication of science, she taught for 2 years at what is now Peking University Health Science Center, and she has played lead roles in AuthorAID, a project to help researchers in developing countries to write about and publish their work.
Over the years, she has given workshops on scientific writing and publishing in about 20 countries. She has received awards and honors from the American Medical Writers Association, the Board of Editors in the Life Sciences, the Council of Science Editors, and the scientific research society Sigma Xi, among others, and she is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
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