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Type: On-demand
Recorded: 14 Sep 2022

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Email: RACGP Research
Call: 1800 472 274

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RACGP Members: Free
Non-Members: Free

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How to publish your research: Demystifying the process

On-demand recorded 14 Sep 2022

The webinar will help you develop strategies for successfully publishing your research, by embracing the following key points:

  • Publication is a rewarding but hard-earned experience!
  • Publication strategy planning is best started at the beginning of the research program
  • The pathway to successful publication is a complex process that is best achieved with formal process training

Learning outcomes

  1. To understand the key steps for moving your research to successful publication
  2. To be able to develop a publication plan for your research program
  3. To understand how to navigate your submission through journal processes
This event attracts 2 CPD points

This event attracts 2 CPD points

This event is part of GP research webinar series 2020-2022. Events in this series are:

Facilitator

Gail Roberts
RACGP Research and Ethics Senior Project Officer

Gail Roberts is the RACGP Research and Ethics Senior Project Officer and coordinates the RACGP Ethics Committee (NREEC). Gail has worked as a tertiary health and legal researcher, tertiary educator, research consultant, as well as a senior health policy advisor to the Victorian state and Commonwealth governments. She was also a Divisions Consultant with the Victorian state-based organisation, (then) GPDV, and the inaugural Victorian PHCRED Partnership State Coordinator.

Presenter

Professor Stephen Margolis
Editor in Chief of the Australian Journal of General Practice

Prof Stephen Margolis OAM is the Editor in Chief of the Australian Journal of General Practice following an extended international career in medical research. He is also a member of the RACGP Expert Committee- Research that initiated this RACGP research webinar series. His clinical practice at the Royal Flying Doctor Service encompassed primary and secondary health care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People as well as rural & remote medicine.

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