The Lancet Global Health Academic Writing Workshop: Navigating and Getting Noticed in the Scholarly Publishing World

Keywords: publishing, global health, research, academic writing

Abstract

Pre-conference report with key points from the workshop and other resources for assisting global health researchers in preparing for publication in the scientific literature. 

Author Biography

Daniel W O'Neill, University of Connecticut School of Medicine

Assistant Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Managing Editor of the Christian Journal for Global Health, and co-moderator of the Evidence Working Group of the Moral and Spiritual Imperative.

 

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Published
2018-09-20