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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.
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I have submitted a short paper to Springer journal (still under review). Now I want to publish another journal paper based on the proposed technique in the short paper with some additional changes and upgradation. Should I wait for the short paper to be published first or can I send the other paper simultaneously.
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I have MS on the influence of temp and CO2 on life table data on pest, which I need to send to journals.
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Home based care refers to care given to people with health related problems including HIV/AIDS. What I want to research in this area is the way health organizations can be integrated so that the resources available can be focused on both interventions at the same time, if these organisations can make one pool or basket such that the interventions to be implemented can be financed by that pool. Sometimes you find different organisations implementing different programs but with the aim of...
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I have a pediatric neurology case report. Can this site can help me with the publication even if it contains deep medical knowledge? I need your help to make my paper publishable.
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When submiting my thesis to school, would it be okay to combine several of my published journal articles into one without revising them? 
Shining a light on editorial integrity
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In the face of growing distrust of science and facts, and the erosion of editorial quality by dishonest online publishers, credible journals must be increasingly transparent in adhering to quality standards for editorial practice and policy. This article addresses the need to re-evaluate and strengthen the evidence that credible scientific journals provide to the public in order to convey to the public, and to members of the discipline, practices and policies that assure the credibility of the...
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Hi, I am thinking about revising my doctoral dissertation into a journal article to have a broader readership. But I am concerned about any potential problems of self-plagiarism. My doctoral dissertation was electronically published by the university in 2014. In that case, can I still submit an article the content of which is based on most parts of my doctoral dissertation? Would there be any problems of publication ethics? Thank you in advance for your guidance. 
  • Anonymous
  • Jul 4, 2017
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This work was a personal research conducted during my thesis. After one year of my graduation, I completed the results but in a different place from where I did my thesis. Am I allowed to publish this work now without listing the name of my thesis supervisor knowing that this work wasn't included in the thesis project. Please help me.
  • Anonymous
  • Jun 26, 2017
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Hi, I am currently an undergraduate, pursuing my Bachelor degree in International Relations. This subject falls under the Social Science discipline. I want to apply for scholarship for a Masters degree abroad. For that, I need to have some publication which will boost my chance of getting funding. Now I have only one semester left of undergrad, which means only 6 months. During this period, which kind of academic article do you think will be easiest for me to publish? Thanks!

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