Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of health Research
UK EQUATOR Centre’s flagship PUBLICATION SCHOOL
St Catherine’s College, Oxford 19-23 June 2017
Hurry! Earlybird rates until 28 February
“Thank you for the inspiration and energy that you have given me to go back home to my students and colleagues and tell them again and again about EQUATOR”
Many published research articles are reported badly. They often provide insufficient, misleading, or ambiguous information, and so their usefulness is severely compromised.
This lively and practical course is designed to build your skills and confidence to achieve success in planning, writing, publishing, and disseminating your research through traditional journals and other publication and media channels. It will cover:
COURSE TUTORS INCLUDE
Dr Elizabeth Wager, Publications Consultant, Sideview
Prof Doug Altman, Director, UK EQUATOR Centre
Dr Iveta Simera, Deputy Director, UK EQUATOR Centre
Prof Gary Collins, Deputy Director, Centre for Statistics in Medicine
Domhnall MacAuley, Consultant-Associate Editor with the Canadian Medical Association Journal and PLOS Medicine
The programme also includes contributions from invited guest speakers, including statisticians, journal editors, publishers, and science communicators.
Find out about Publication School 2016 by reading a summary of the week, following #EQPubSchool on Twitter, and watching Domhnall MacAuley talk about the life of a journal editor.
Please go to our Eventbrite page to register and secure your place on the course.
Earlybird registration: Bookings before 1 March 2017
Standard registration: Bookings after 1 March 2017
We cannot issue invoices for the course. However, we can issue a receipt for you to claim back from your employer or other funding organisation.
We may be able to offer a discount to people from low and middle-income countries. Please contact Caroline Struthers (email@example.com) if you’d like to discuss this or for any more information about the course.
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