Publishing in the radiography journal - ESR Connect

COFFEE & TALK SESSION

C 25 - Publishing in the radiography journal

  • 4 Lectures
  • 63 Minutes
  • 4 Speakers

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Lectures

1
C 25_1 - A tool to help establish the evidence base for the profession

C 25_1 - A tool to help establish the evidence base for the profession

19:12Helle Precht, Odense / DK

Learning Objectives
1. To consider why publishing is important for the development of the radiographer profession.
2. To explore the importance of publishing for individual researchers and practitioners.
3. To explore the importance of publishing for clinical and academic departments

2
C 25_2 - Review articles: how to get your work published

C 25_2 - Review articles: how to get your work published

13:22Francis Zarb, Msida / MT

Learning Objectives
1. To explore what constitutes a strong review article and appropriate review methodologies.
2. To consider the use of reporting guidelines such as PRISMA and STARD

3
C 25_3 - The reviewer's perspective and how to respond

C 25_3 - The reviewer's perspective and how to respond

14:33Andrew England, Salford / UK

Learning Objectives
1. To identify the purpose of peer review and to explain the steps within the peer review process.
2. To understand the qualities of a good review.
3. To learn how best to respond to reviewers' comments

4
C 25_4 - Editor-in-chief's top ten tips for publishing success

C 25_4 - Editor-in-chief's top ten tips for publishing success

15:55Julie Michelle Nightingale, Sheffield / UK

Learning Objectives
1. To discuss reasons why a manuscript may be rejected.
2. To emphasise how common manuscript errors can be avoided.
3. To highlight the author’s responsibilities in promoting their article.

Radiographers / Physics in Medical Imaging

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