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  • 1. Chapter 18 Communicating Research Findings
  • 2. The Need for Communication Research requires tremendous effort on the part of the researcher; results should be broadly communicated to generate the most value for the efforts.
  • 3. Venues for Communicating Research
    • Conferences of professional associations
    • Clinical research conferences
    • Regional research conferences
    • Podium presentations
    • Research poster presentations
    • Publication in peer reviewed journals
    • Publication of abstracts
  • 4. Communicating Research
    • Prepare an abstract of the research
      • Introduction
      • Objectives of the research
      • Research methods
      • Results
      • Conclusions
      • Application of the findings
  • 5. Elements of a Poster
    • Introduction
    • Research purpose and question
    • Methods and design
    • Results
    • Conclusions
    • Acknowledgments
    • References
  • 6. Considerations in Designing a Podium Presentation
    • What type of presentation is expected?
    • Who will be the audience for the presentation?
    • What are the presentation objectives?
  • 7. Outline for a Podium Presentation
    • An introduction to the problem or issue
    • Purpose or primary aim of the research
    • Methods and procedures and the design
    • Findings including
      • Types of analysis
      • Results
    • Implications for practice and for future research
  • 8. Submitting for Publication
    • Find an appropriate journal
    • Tailor the manuscript to the journal’s style and audience
      • Review previous issues of the journal
      • Review directions for authors
    • Send a formal query for interest
    • Submit manuscript
      • Peer review process generally takes 4-12 weeks
    • Make requested revisions / resubmit
  • 9. Outline for a Manuscript
    • Abstract
    • Introduction
    • Methods and procedures
    • Results
    • Discussion
    • References