Publishing in Medicine — Tips to Avoid Common Pitfalls

  • Establishing a robust study design
  • Adhering to research and publication ethics
  • Expert tips on choosing the right journal
  • Handling the peer review process professionally
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  • About the Speaker

    Despina Sanoudou, Ph.D. (Cambridge), FACMG (Harvard)

    An established researcher, public speaker, and published author, Dr. Sanoudou is an award-winning medical researcher with 181 publications in renowned medical/biomedical journals. The impact of her work is demonstrated by the 6000+ citations that she has to her credit. She is also the recipient of more than 20 research grants. Dr. Sanoudou was a post-doctoral fellow as well as an instructor at Harvard Medical School. She has also worked as a coordinator for an international genomics/pharmacogenomics program and as a fellow with Genzyme and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. As a Publication and Training Consultant with Enago Academy, she conducts webinars and workshops to help researchers understand the nuances of academic writing and publishing. To date, Dr. Sanoudou has attended >200 national and international conferences as an invited speaker, served as a peer reviewer for 41 international journals, and chaired several seminars. She is also on the editorial board of multiple international scientific journals.

    Session Agenda

    Peer-reviewed medical journals are the most reliable source of information communicating important research findings to physicians, healthcare professionals, and the entire scientific community. However, preparing manuscripts as per the stipulated guidelines and publishing them successfully in established medical journals could be challenging especially, for early-stage researchers. We are glad to announce that The Royal Society of Medicine in collaboration with Karger Publishers and Enago will conduct an informative session for medical researchers to help them understand the most common errors made while drafting manuscripts and how to avoid them proficiently. Through this session, researchers will have an improved understanding of the following:

    • Importance of a strong basis: Know your literature
    • Establishing a robust study design
    • Importance of high-quality statistics
    • Significance of good academic writing skills
    • Adhering to research and publication ethics
    • Expert tips on choosing the right journal and carefully following the manuscript submission guidelines
    • Handling the peer review process professionally

    Who Should Attend this Session?

    • Early-stage researchers
    • Medical researchers
    • Health professionals
    • Doctoral students
    • Postdoctoral Researchers
    • Senior Researchers

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