Interview with Dr. Bruce Dancik

In a series of video vignettes, Dr. Bruce Dancik, Editor-in-Chief of NRC Research Press/Canadian Science Publishing, touches upon the most critical aspects of research publishing – the essentials of a good manuscript, what journal editors look for in manuscripts, characteristics of a good submission package, plagiarism, authorship, conflict of interest, and much more.

Part 01

Donald Samulack, President, US Operations, Editage, Cactus Communications, speaks to Dr. Bruce P. Dancik, Editor-in-Chief, NRC Research Press/Canadian Science…

Part 02

In this video, Dr. Bruce Dancik reveals what kind of a submission package editors like to see, and explains how certain key elements, such as an excellent cover letter…

Part 03

In this video interview, Dr. Bruce P. Dancik explains which parts of the manuscript the author should pay special attention to when aiming to get published in an…

Part 04

In this video, Dr. Bruce Dancik reveals what journal editors actually look for in a manuscript. He provides useful tips on how an author can find out which journal…

Part 05

This video snippet takes a sneak peek into a typical day in a journal editor's life. Dr. Bruce Dancik gives us a glimpse into the various levels of screening that a…

Part 06

This 5-minute video presents Dr. Bruce Dancik's take on the much-debated issues of authorship and conflicts of interest.

Part 07

In this 4-minute video snippet, Dr. Bruce Dancik sums up the bare essentials that a manuscript must have in order to make it comprehensible for the reader/referee. 

Part 08

In this 2-minute video, Dr. Bruce Dancik explains how much of the data included in tables and figures should be presented in the form of text, and how much should be…