Writing for publication
September 20 / 9:30 am - 4:30 pm£153
Non-Members £245.00 (£204.17 + VAT)
Society Members £153.00 (£127.50 + VAT)
This workshop provides top tips from an experienced scientist, editor and reviewer on how to get work published.
As science is becoming truly international, researchers are faced with the challenge of publishing in established international journals, which requires excellent writing and publishing skills.
Developing good writing skills and a strong publication and citation track-record are major challenges for all scientists.
This workshop will develop the attendees’ writing skills and their ability to publish in international journals.
The workshop is tailored to the needs of the specific audience, incorporating research topics relevant to their interests.
The workshop includes four major elements:
•theory and practical tips on writing
•practical tips on publishing
•practicing writing and revising text
•practicing submitting and resubmitting manuscripts
Participants will receive feedback throughout the training.
Please prepare a piece of your own writing of any length (but longer than 2 pages). The document should be anonymised.
This can be something you are currently working on or planning to work on, such as a paper, a report, coursework, grant proposal etc.
Bring this text with you in editable word format on your laptop and bring your laptop to the workshop.
Events on edpsy.org.uk
The events calendar is a community based tool designed to help educational psychologists and other interested parties find training and CPD events.
We don’t endorse, recommend, support or make claims about the quality of the event listed.
We are not responsible for the booking or payment processes necessary for any of the events listed and any queries should be directed to the organiser of the event.
It is the responsibility of event organisers to ensure that any information listed on the events calendar is accurate and up to date.
Get your event on edpsy.org.uk
Complete our form to add your event onto edpsy.org.uk