Getting Published in an Academic Journal

Type: 
Online
Presenter: 
Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, PhD, Aud(C)
Event Type: 
Live Event
Location: 
Online
Category: 
General Knowledge
SAC Event: 
CEE Credits: 
1.00
CEE Eligible: 
Yes
Price: 
Free
PD Hub Category: 
Webcasts

Presented by Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, PhD, Aud(C)

Click here to register (Look for " Recorded Lunch & Learns 2015...")

Lunch & Learns are available exclusively to SAC members and associates for free. Webcast is approximately one hour long.

Intended audience: S-LPs, audiologists and students

Level: Introductory (Assumes little or no familiarity with the literature and professional practice within the areas covered.) 

Abstract:

Publishing journal articles is one of the most important and efficient methods of sharing new knowledge, especially when in the case of open-source journals. While dissemination of research is an expectation for academics and career scientists, clinicians also contribute new and valuable information to their professions through publications. The purpose of this webinar is to highlight the essential components of peer-reviewed journal writing and familiarize researchers with the peer-review process. 

Learning Objectives:

Participants will be able to:

  1. Understand the peer-review process.
  2. Discuss common pitfalls and barriers to getting published.
  3. Apply practical tips that facilitate publishing

 

This Lunch & Learn is eligible for 1 SAC CEE (Category I).

Presenter Biography

Elizabeth Fitzpatrick is an associate professor in audiology and speech-language pathology at the University of Ottawa. Prior to joining the university in 2007, she practiced as an audiologist, therapist and clinical manager for 20 years. She has been the Editor of CJSLPA since 2012 and was previously an Associate Editor for the journal. Elizabeth also recently joined the Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education as Associate Editor after serving as a member of the Editorial Board. She is a regular reviewer for numerous peer-reviewed journals in audiology, medicine, language and related fields as well as a frequent grant reviewer for international and national agencies.

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