Workshops from BJOG in 2016

Published on 12/09/15

A team of BJOG Editors are delighted to be attending a number of conferences worldwide in 2016. 

 

SMFM's 36th Annual Pregnancy Meeting, 1st-6th February 2016, Atlanta, Georgia
 

Journals Reviewer Course
2nd February, 5:00-7:30pm

 


Course Directors: Khalid Khan, MD, Roberto Romero, MD and Nancy Chescheir, MD.

A brief course on reviewing manuscripts for journals from the Editors-in-Chief of BJOG, AJOG and the Green Journal. This course in intended for new and mid-level reviewers and attendees
need not already be reviewers.

The course topics will include:

  •  What are the characteristics of an excellent medical journal reviewer?
  •  How do the processes of the three leading general women’s health journals differ?
  •  What is the process to register as a reviewer for each journal?
  •  Why is it important for perinatologists to review papers?

To attend the session you must register for the meeting.

RCOG Annual Academic Meeting, 3-4 March, London UK 


BJOG Author and Peer Review Workshop

Wednesday 2nd March, 15:00-17:00 pm
 

Writing your first few papers to submit to academic journals or receiving your first invitation to peer review is exciting, but can also be daunting. This free workshop preceding the RCOG’s Annual Academic meeting provides you with the opportunity to hear from top experts on how to get it right.

Come and meet the BJOG Editor-in-Chief, Professor Khalid Khan, and BJOG Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Dr Patrick Chien to discuss their top tips on how to thrive in the world of academic publishing.

The workshop is free to attend by participants must register online.

RCOG World Congress 2016, 20-22 June, Birmingham UK

 

Getting published: An author workshop from BJOG

19th June, 09:30-1.30 am

 

Unsure what Editors expect from a good research paper? This workshop will provide guidance and advice on how to get published in a scientific journal. Aimed at researchers working in women’s health, the workshop will cover:

  • Essential author resources
  • Publication ethics
  • Solutions for unexpected issues
  • Editorial processes, including peer- reviews
  • BJOG’s unique features and digital developments

This interactive workshop will include the opportunity to ask questions and discuss scenarios with BJOG Editors, and will equip delegates with the information needed to publish in a leading research journal.

You can register for this pre-congress workshop on the conference online registration form.

 

 

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