3307.0 Talking with Journal Editors: Lessons and Tips for Getting your Work Published

Monday, November 5, 2007: 2:30 PM
This panel is designed as a gathering of editors, professionals, scholars and students working in the public health field, for the purpose of sharing experience and knowledge that is pivotal for getting their research published. This will be a unique opportunity for APHA members to share ideas and the “tricks of the trade” towards bringing their manuscripts to the next level. Panelists will include Sana Loue, editor-in-chief of the Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health; Stewart Landers, board member of the Journal of the American Journal of Public Health; and Anahí Viladrich, member of the editorial board of the Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. The session topics will include envisioning the full publishing process: from original contributions to having your articles in print, as well as tips for writers on how to navigate the editing process. In addition, panelists will cover the most frequently questions asked by submitters, including how to choose “the right” journal and learning about Journals’ mission as well as about their target audiences; the difference between great ideas for an article and writing the right papers for publication; the peer-review process; how to handle comments and rejections and how to resubmit papers.

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Organized by: Caucus on Refugee and Immigrant Health
Endorsed by: Latino Caucus