Registration for the EQUATOR residential publication school is now open, with early bird rates available until 28 February.
The course is designed to build skills and confidence to achieve success in planning, writing, publishing, and disseminating your research through traditional journals and other publication and media channels. It will cover:
- How to write the key sections of your research article, including the methods, analysis and results, introduction, discussion, title, and abstract
- How to make appropriate and optimal use of reporting guidelines like CONSORT, STROBE, and PRISMA.
- The importance of writing and publishing protocols using reporting guidelines such as SPIRIT and PRISMA-P.
- How to target the right journal for your research and navigate different editorial systems
- How to deal with peer review comments and constructively peer review the work of others
- How to write for and communicate with healthcare professionals and the public, and make the most of media opportunities
Information about the course tutors, fees and registration for the School available here.
The Crick will have a regular programme of exhibitions, which will be open to the public and held in the Manby Gallery within our new building. Our first pilot exhibition, titled How do we look?, will examine ways in which scientists visualise their research, from microscopy techniques to computer aided design, and will showcase some of the cutting-edge research currently being undertaken by Crick scientists. It will feature 10 images and films generated by Crick researchers. The workshops will be in public spaces in London between November and January 2017
UK EQUATOR Centre PUBLICATION SCHOOL 2016
The secrets of success in planning, writing, publishing, and disseminating your research.
This 5 day Publication School 27 June – 1 July 2016 at St Catherine’s College Oxford will cover:
- How to write the key sections of your research article, including the methods, analysis and results, introduction, discussion, title and abstract
- How to make the appropriate and optimal use of Reporting Guidelines including CONSORT, STROBE and PRISMA
- How to target the right journal for your research, and navigate different editorial systems
- How to deal with peer review comments, and how to peer review the work of others constructively
- How to write for and communicate with a lay audience, and make the most of media opportunities
Find out more about the 2016 event or read about what the 2015 cohort thought.