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POSTPONED: Research Seminar - Getting Published: New Players, New Rules

Facilitated by the UniSQ Centre for Health Research
06 SEP 2022
11.30 AM - 12.30 PM
Ipswich - J131 or via Zoom
Getting published: New players, New Rules
Change, change, change, be prepared for change.  This seminar will provide sound advice for those seeking to publish manuscripts in academic journals.  Technology, attitudes and metrics all evolving, so what to do and how to go about it?
A panel of three distinguished academics, each with senior editorial roles with leading journals and each accomplished researchers, will discuss perspectives and answer your questions about getting published and what we might expect in the future.  Topics such as selecting the right journal for your work, interpreting Editorial priorities and feedback, and advice for submission and re-submission.
So, join the discussion with:

Professor Maggie Watson - BSc. PhD. DClinPsych.

Graduated from the University of Bath and obtained her Doctorate in Psychology from the University of Sheffield.

Post-doctoral research was at the Department of Experimental Psychology University of Oxford and Kings College Medical School, University of London.

She is a qualified Clinical Psychologist specialising in Psycho-oncology.

She has been Head of Psychological Medicine at the Royal Marsden Hospital, UK and the Psychology Research Group, Institute of Cancer Research, UK.

Editor-in-Chief: Psycho-oncology: Journal of Psychological, Social and Behavioural Dimensions of Cancer.

Co-Editor of IPOS/OUP Psycho-oncology Care Series: Companion Guides for Clinicians including:

  • Management of Clinical Depression and Anxiety
  • Sexual Health, Fertility and Relationships in Cancer Care
  • Psycho-oncology in Palliative and End-of-Life Care

Professor Suzanne Chambers AO - RN BA BAppPsyc(Hons) PhD FCHP

Awarded her PhD in 2004 within the School of Psychology at Griffith University, Australia and has over 300 peer reviewed publications and numerous books, book chapters and monographs. Over her career Suzanne has received more than $30 million in research funding including an ARC Professorial Future Fellowship. She currently leads an NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence in Prostate Cancer Survivorship.

Editorial Board Member: Psycho-Oncology Journal

Associate Editor: European Journal of Cancer Care

Principal Research Fellow Lauren Ball

Lauren holds a full-time, ongoing academic appointment in the Health faculty at Griffith University. Since 2015 she has led a research program, "Healthy Primary Care" and had success in two prestigious National Health and Medical Research Council fellowships. She currently holdd an NHMRC Investigator Grant (2020-2024) at EL2 level, which is a scheme designed to identify and further develop research leaders in Australia. Lauren has also been the recipient of a Young Tall Poppy Science Award (2021) and an Advance Queensland Women’s Academic Award.

Associate Editor: Family Practice

Regional Editor: Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics

Associate Editor (2016-2020): Australian Journal of Primary Health

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