Need help getting published? Are you interested in 12 months of free step-by-step manuscript development help from expert faculty and the opportunity to get your work published at the end of the year? If so, here’s your chance to learn the skills you need to move forward in your research career and begin making the difference you want to make in the lives of older adults.
The new University of Maryland School of Nursing (UMSON) Online Dissemination and Implementation Program, funded by a grant from the John A. Hartford Foundation and UMSON, is inviting 25 participants (junior faculty, postdoctoral students, or doctoral students who have completed their doctoral dissertations and are developing their final manuscripts) to take advantage of this exciting opportunity.
The workshop sessions will be led by an interdisciplinary group of journal editors and faculty members with extensive expertise in publications relevant to geriatrics.
Participants will be expected to attend all four training webinars, complete homework assignments, i.e, components of your manuscript, following the webinars, and address the comments of experts who will review your assignments. In addition, virtual online office hours will provide participants with the opportunity to talk with faculty one-on-one about their homework and get additional feedback.
At the end of the year, participants with completed manuscripts will have the opportunity for their work to be peer reviewed for publication.
For more information, and to register for this free, online workshop, please contact the project manager:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 240-271-1477