The third edition of this popular and highly-regarded guide is now available to pre-order, and will be published at the start of January 2016.
The book uncovers the ethics, conventions and often unwritten rules of publishing in peer-reviewed journals and at conferences. It provides clear direction on how to choose the right journal, avoid publication delays, resolve authorship disputes and many other problems associated with being published that pose challenges to new and experienced researchers alike.
The A to Z format is highly accessible to readers with different backgrounds and varying levels of publication experience, including students and healthcare professionals, medical researchers and individuals working in drug companies and communications agencies. It will be particularly valuable to anyone involved in planning publications.
- Step-by-step guidance on developing a sound publication strategy
- Helps researchers understand the publication process and avoid common pitfalls that often delay or prevent publication
- Updated to include the latest Good Publication Practice guidelines (GPP3)
- Recommended reading for the Certified Medical Publication Professional (CMPPTM) exam
- Will help all authors, whether new or experienced, to plan their publications effectively and maximize the likelihood of publication
“The 3rd edition of Getting Research Published successfully instructs in an authoritative, easy to use, and clear and concise manner.”
—Howard Bauchner, MD, Editor in Chief, JAMA and The JAMA Network
“The first thing that strikes you about this book … is its sheer practical nature.”
—Peter Thorpe, Independent consultant in information and communications management, European Science Editing Journal (of a previous edition)
Ryan co-runs Aspire Scientific, a dynamic, forward-thinking medical writing agency. Ryan has a passion for innovation, science and ethical communication.