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  • How to publish your Research Paper in an International Journal? Peter G.M. de Jong,Vice President Julie K. Hewett, Association Manager International Association of Medical Science Educators
    • Opening
    • Part I: steps in writing an article
    • Part II: submitting and get it published
    • Part III: examples of articles
    • Exercise: submit an article (assignment)
    • Closure
  • Are you a:
    • Man
    • Female
    View slide
  • Where do you come from?
    • Europe
    • North America
    • South America
    • Asia
    • Africa
    • Australia/New Zealand
    View slide
  • Have you previously published?
    • No
    • 1 article
    • 2 articles
    • 3 articles
    • More than 3
    • Part I: steps in writing an article
    • What is your message/topic?
    • Type of article?
    • What audience do you want to reach?
    • Which journal to select?
    • Who will be the co-authors?
    • Format of an article
    • Start with the conclusions!
    • Discuss with colleagues and outsiders
    • Use only 1 message
    • Reduce the scope of the article (better write 2!)
    • Use a clear title that reflects that message
  • USE OF PORTFOLIOS IN A FIRST YEAR MEDICAL SCHOOL COURSE
    • Clear
    • Not clear
  • LEARNER-DIRECTED CLINICAL CASE TUTORIALS: AN APPROACH THAT FOCUSES ON THE INTEGRATION OF PATIENT-PHYSICIAN INTERACTION AND BASIC SCIENCE INFORMATION TO DIAGNOSE PATIENT COMPLAINTS
    • Clear
    • Not clear
    • Part I: steps in writing an article
    • What is your message/topic?
    • Type of article?
    • What audience do you want to reach?
    • Which journal to select?
    • Who will be the co-authors?
    • Format of an article
    • Start with the conclusions!
    • Discuss with colleagues and outsiders
    • Research paper (experiments)
    • Short Communication
    • Commentary
    • Letter to the Editor
    • Review (of a book, publication or website)
    • Choose the format that fits the message best!!!! (not what you like most)
    • Part I: steps in writing an article
    • What is your message/topic?
    • Type of article?
    • What audience do you want to reach?
    • Which journal to select?
    • Who will be the co-authors?
    • Format of an article
    • Start with the conclusions!
    • Discuss with colleagues and outsiders
    • Researchers
    • Students
    • Educators
    • General scientists (other fields)
    • General public
    • Part I: steps in writing an article
    • What is your message/topic?
    • Type of article?
    • What audience do you want to reach?
    • Which journal to select?
    • Who will be the co-authors?
    • Format of an article
    • Start with the conclusions!
    • Discuss with colleagues and outsiders
    • Biomedical research journals
      • Journal of Biomedical Science, Genomics, Journal of Infectious Diseases
    • Medical journals
      • JAMA, New England Journal of Medicine
    • Educational journals
      • JIAMSE, Medical Education, Medical Teacher, Academic Medicine
    • General science journals
      • Science
    • PubMed
    • PubMed is a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine that includes over 18 million citations from MEDLINE and other life science journals for biomedical articles back to 1948. PubMed includes links to full text articles and other related resources.
    • Not all journals are indexed by PubMed
    • Only indexed journals are provided with citation indices
    • Part I: steps in writing an article
    • What is your message/topic?
    • Type of article?
    • What audience do you want to reach?
    • Which journal to select?
    • Who will be the co-authors?
    • Format of an article
    • Start with the conclusions!
    • Discuss with colleagues and outsiders
    • Your research colleagues?
    • Your professor?
    • Your boss?
    • The head of the department?
    • Your room mate?
    • Find people who support the same message!
    • Find people who really contribute
    • Part I: steps in writing an article
    • What is your message/topic?
    • Type of article?
    • What audience do you want to reach?
    • Which journal to select?
    • Who will be the co-authors?
    • Format of an article
    • Start with the conclusions!
    • Discuss with colleagues and outsiders
    • Follow the rules of the journal
    • In general:
          • Summary
          • Introduction
          • Methods
          • Results
          • Discussion
          • Conclusions
          • References
    • Part I: steps in writing an article
    • What is your message/topic?
    • Type of article?
    • What audience do you want to reach?
    • Which journal to select?
    • Who will be the co-authors?
    • Format of an article
    • Start with the conclusions!
    • Discuss with colleagues and outsiders
    • Keep clearly in mind the final message
    • It helps you to stay focused while writing
    • Part I: steps in writing an article
    • What is your message/topic?
    • Type of article?
    • What audience do you want to reach?
    • Which journal to select?
    • Who will be the co-authors?
    • Format of an article
    • Start with the conclusions!
    • Discuss with colleagues and outsiders
    • If even your colleagues with content knowledge do not understand the article……..
    • Outsiders have less content knowledge and therefore need the structure more
    • Part II: submitting and get it published
    • Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals: Writing and Editing for Biomedical Publication
    • http://www.icmje.org/
    • Ethical Considerations in the Conduct and Reporting of Research
    • Publishing and Editorial Issues Related to Publication In Biomedical Journals
    • Manuscript Preparation and Submission
    • References
    • Carefully review instructions for Authors
    • Each Journal has its own requirements
    • What is the format for submission?
      • Online / disc; MS Word / PDF
      • Separate submission for graphics/tables
    • What are the publication deadlines?
    • Is a stand alone abstract required?
    • Is a fee involved?
    • Disclosure statements necessary?
    • Submit and verify receipt!
    • Preliminary review by one of the managing Editors
    • Peer review by co-editors
    • Process may take several weeks/months
    • Initial rejection possible
    • Common mistakes leading to initial rejection
    • Copyright violation
    • Improper/Incomplete referencing
    • Poorly written (grammar/spelling)
    • Data not adequately supported
    • Insufficient original work
    • Did not properly follow submission requirements
    • Copyright Issues
    • Be prepared to provide Copyright Permission where appropriate
    • Includes photographs, artwork, non-original charts and graphs
    • Clarify how can you use the article AFTER publication?
    • Reference Issues
    • Which format is being followed?
    • Carefully study examples given
    • Verify that all references are actually cited
    • Do not use abstracts as references
    • If the reference is a website, be prepared to provide an archived copy
    • Conditionally accepted with Request for Revision
    • Don't take it personally!
    • Feel free to ask for further explanation if reasons are unclear
    • Be aware of re-submission deadlines and format
    • Publication Time Lines
    • Galley proof should be provided prior to final publication
    • Varies by Publication
      • Short as 1-2 months
      • Long as 6-9 months
    • Verify how Authors receive publication copy
    • Part III: examples of articles
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    • Exercise: submit an article (assignment)
    • Group of 4 students
    • Choose of topic about this LIMSC conference
    • Define the audience
    • Define the message
    • Define the type of article
    • Write a title
    • Which kind of publication?
  • Do you now know where to start in writing an article?
    • Yes
    • No
    • Not sure yet
  • Do you intend to publish?
    • Yes
    • No
    • Not sure yet
  • Do you enjoy LIMSC?
    • Yes 
    • No 
    • Closure
    • Thank you for your attention!
    • For IAMSE and its journal, see www.iamse.org
    • [email_address]
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