Date: 7th December, 2023
Time: 10 – 11am UK time/ 3.30 – 4.30pm IST
Getting your researched published in a journal can feel daunting, especially if you are no longer in an academic environment.
In this event, the Editors of the Journal of Psychosocial Studies – Liz Frost
, University of the West of England, UK and David W. Jones
, Open University, UK – will walk you through the big questions about whether the Journal of Psychosocial Studies a good home for your research. Meet the Editors and discuss the submission process, what the journal is looking for and more advice for Early Career Researchers.
Introductory remarks by Rhea Gandhi, PhD Candidate at the University of Edinburgh.
Here are some of the things that will be addressed:
· What is psychosocial?
· What kind of research is the JPS looking for?
· What qualifies as psychosocial research?
· Themes for submissions
Questions for the Open Space:
· What kind of articles fit into the Open space vs. Reearch. What separates these spaces?
· Why publish in the Open space?
The aim of this session is to demystify the process of academic publishing and increase accessibility. So bring all your questions, we look forward to having you there!