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PHR Webinar: How to Get Published in Peer Reviewed Journals

In collaboration with the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO), the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH), Public Health Reports, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Surgeon General, would like to invite you and your colleagues to participate in an upcoming meet the author webinar entitled, How to Get Published in Peer Reviewed Journals.

Public Health Reports presents a one-hour webinar to help public health practitioners at the state and local-levels turn their work into manuscripts for publication. Recognizing the importance of having local health agencies and early career professionals be able to write and publish about their experiences in the front lines of public health, this informative webinar will discuss general strategy of what is needed to begin thinking about an article for the peer-reviewed literature, how to structure it, how to plan it, how to execute it, and how to position it so that it will be attractive to journals and peer reviewers. There is no cost to participate. Please feel free to share the invitation with all interested parties.

 

How to Get Published in Peer Reviewed Journals – Audio Only

  • Featured Speakers

    Dr. Frederic E. Shaw

    Editor in Chief, Public Health Reports
    Moderator

    Dr. D. Peter Drotman

    Editor in Chief, Emerging Infectious Diseases

    Mr. Thomas A. Lang

    Principal, Tom Lang Communications and Training International

    Dr. Paul Z. Siegel

    Deputy Associate Director for Science and Scientific Writing Teacher
    Center for Surveillance, Epidemiology and Laboratory Services, CDC

    Dr. Leonard Jack, Jr

    Editor in Chief of Preventing Chronic Disease