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Research to Publication 20 Oct 2017

Following the success of the online "Research to Publication" study day, streamed live to an international audience, the talks from the day are now available to view on-demand. Learn all about this indispensable guide through the journey from research to publication. From paper writing methods to common pitfalls associated with publication, these learning videos will discuss the techniques associated with successful paper. This CPD-accredited e-learning course contains 5 hours of learning sessions to guide you from research to publication. Topics include:

1. Starting research      38 mins
Professor Marcel Van Herk, Chair in Radiotherapy Physics, University of Manchester, Institute of Cancer Sciences and The Christie NHS Foundation Trust 

2. Writing a scientific paper and getting it accepted      51 mins
Dr David Eaton, Lead Clinical Scientist, National Radiotherapy Trials QA Group, Mount Vernon Hospital 

3. Critical appraisal of qualitative and quantitative papers   34 mins
Prof Emma Hall, Professor in Oncology Clinical Trials, Deputy Director Clinical Trials and Statistics Unit, Institute of Cancer Research 

4. From conference presentation to paper      19 mins
Dr Emma Harris, Imaging for Radiotherapy Adaptation Team Leader, The Institute of Cancer Research. 

5. Academic research opportunities for clinicians and clinical scientists          21 mins
Dr Nassim Parvizi, Specialty Registrar Clinical Radiology, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust
Dr Anna Barnes, Principal Clinical Scientist, (Nuclear Medicine), University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Senior Clinical Lecturer, Centre for Medical Imaging, UCL 


6. How to develop a research proposal          29 mins
Dr Ellen Donovan, Visiting Senior Fellow, Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP), University of Surrey 

7. How to review a manuscript         31 mins
Professor Kevin Prise, Professor of Radiation Biology, Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology, Queen’s University Belfast 

8. How to write a case study        28 mins
Dr Katja Pinker-Domenig, Associate Professor of Radiology, Medical University Vienna and Senior Research Associate, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York 

9. Hot topics in publishing          28 mins
Ms Sophia Anderton, Head of Publishing, BJR 

10. Science communication      21 mins
Dr Chris Peters, Scientific Affairs Manager, Sense about Science


Target audience:

This resource is essential for all researchers, institutes, academics, and anyone who wants to know the techniques associated with successful paper writing.

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Duration:5 hours