Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of health Research
The UK EQUATOR Centre’s Publication School is designed for early-career researchers and students. It aims to give you a smooth writing process that results in a published article that is fit for purpose.
It broke academic writing for publication down into really manageable and achievable guidance points. Made me less worried about writing my next article!
June 2019 participant
You’ll experience two intense days of learning led by methodological and writing experts from the UK EQUATOR Centre and the Centre for Statistics in Medicine. Through group work, discussion, and practical exercises, we cover everything you need to know to plan, write, and publish your health-related research study.
Excellent scope – right the way from authorship and journal selection to submission/peer review/dissemination – not just the bits in the middle!
June 2018 participant
Would definitely recommend to those starting out in a research career
November 2019 participant
The course will take place in the ground-floor main seminar room of the Botnar Research Centre, NDORMS, at the University of Oxford. The Centre is located in Headington, Oxford. The closest bus stops are the Headington Shops stops on Headington Road (local buses 8, 9, 10, and 400) and the Lime Walk (Old Road), Boundary Brook House (Churchill Drive), and Girdlestone Road stops (local buses 4, 4A, 4B, and 4C).
A typical day will run from 9am to 5pm. Fees include lunch, refreshments, and course materials.
Places are limited and will be allocated in order of application.
£100: University of Oxford and Oxford Brookes students / NDORMS staff
£180: University of Oxford and Oxford Brookes staff / students of other universities
£360: Staff of other academic institutions, non-profits, and the NHS
Contact the UK EQUATOR Centre (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss eligibility and reserve your place!
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