Get expert advice to help you get published!

You are here

Publication Planning

Find tips and resources that help authors plan their publication journey from research publication planning to creating a publication schedule. This begins with finding the right research question and progresses to understanding the different types of articles, selecting a journal, ensuring compliance to guidelines, and creating a publication schedule. The excellent textual and multimedia content in this section makes publication planning a breeze for authors.
viewed
I am affiliated to both a hospital and a university. I have three questions about listing multiple affiliations in my paper: 1) When I write both my affiliations at the same time, which one should come first: the academic affiliation or the professional one? 2) When I list only my university as my affiliation, how should I write it? a. Gyeongsang National University School of Medicine or b. School of Medicine, Gyeongsang National University 3) My organization, ‘Institute of Health Sciences’,...
  • Ahn
  • Nov 26, 2015
  • 24,018 views
viewed
Most journals do not want to publish a study that lacks novelty. How can I judge the novelty of my manuscript? And how do I stay updated on a particular field?
  • Anonymous
  • Nov 13, 2015
  • 25,243 views
viewed
I have already submitted my thesis to the university and it will be published by next Feb. Meanwhile, I want to submit an article based on part of my thesis to a journal. The article will be ready soon and I want to submit it in a few weeks' time. However, I will get confirmation of acceptance of my thesis only in Jan. In this situation, is it possible for me to submit the paper to a journal now? Also, please let me know what I should do to submit it to a journal.
  • Anonymous
  • Oct 26, 2015
  • 33,429 views
viewed
Should we decide the target journal before we conduct research? I plan to start a new research, but I'm finding it difficult to decide a target journal now as I am not sure if the research will be good enough to publish in a high impact factor journal.
  • Anonymous
  • Oct 19, 2015
  • 5,523 views
viewed
Which kind of article would be easier to publish in an SCI journal: an original research article or a review article?
  • Anonymous
  • Sep 16, 2015
  • 23,093 views
The importance of conformance in grant proposals
viewed
Writing a grant proposal requires a lot of time and effort. But all this effort can go waste if the proposal does not conform to the requirements set by the funding agency. Non-conformance to the proposal preparation and formatting guidelines can lead to a rejection without review. This case study tracks the case of one such grant proposal which was rejected because of non-conformance to formatting requirements.
viewed
As a researcher, you are expected to start publishing early in your career. But original research could take years to complete! This does not mean that you cannot publish a paper until you complete your research. You can disseminate your research in many other ways.These slides will help you learn more about the different types of scholarly literature so that you are able to choose the most suitable format for publishing your study.  
This article is a guide to the different aspects of a clinical trial: the types and phases of clinical trials, a clinical trial protocol, informed consent, IRB approval, registration of clinical trials, and the structure of a clinical trial manuscript.
viewed
Clinical trials are an important research tool for advancing medical knowledge and healthcare. This article aims to guide you through all the different aspects of a clinical trial: from the types and phases of a clinical trial to designing a protocol, registration of trials, the ethical issues involved, and finally the elements of a clinical trial manuscript. Since clinical trials involve research conducted on humans, it follows a rigorous procedure to ensure the safety and protect the rights...
Guidelines on writing and publishing a clinical case report or case study
viewed
A clinical case report or case study is a means of disseminating new knowledge gained from clinical practice. Clinical case reports are the first-line evidence in medical literature as they present original observations. This article provides detailed guidance on how to identify, write, and publish a case report.
viewed
I have submitted a paper to a journal, but it is not published yet. Can I change the method of analysis and the discussion and submit it to another journal?

Pages