Pre Oct 2014
Publish before you Perish! Writing for Scholarly Journals: How to 'get published'
Scholarly writing is an essential academic skill, and can be useful for practitioners and others who want to share achievements in practice or debate change in policy. This half day workshop will focus on the process of writing for publication from the editorial perspective. It will include short presentations, an interactive writing exercise and open discussion. You will have the opportunity to:
- Learn the importance of good grammar
- Consider how to write with a journal and readers in mind
- Explore mind mapping
- Develop a methodical approach to writing an article
- Learn how to produce a working abstract
Delegates are encouraged to bring along an idea for an article, a title, and/or a summary/abstract of work they are seeking to publish. Handouts will be provided.
Hear from Leading Experts
Associate Professor Vasi Naganathan, Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney
Associate Professor Vasi Naganathan is an Academic at the Sydney Medical School at the University of Sydney. He is based at the Centre for Education and Research at Concord Hospital. He is also a Consultant Geriatrician who looks after inpatients and outpatients. His research interests in older people include osteoporosis, falls, medications in the elderly and the application of clinical research to the medical care of older people. Vasi is an Associate Editor of the Australasian Journal of Ageing, is an author on more than 80 publications and oversees masters and Phd students both as a supervisor and in his role as postgraduate coordinator at the University.
Dr Jane Sims, School of Primary Health Care, Monash University
Dr Jane Sims is an Associate Editor of the Australasian Journal on Ageing. Jane has been involved in teaching and research in gerontology for the past two decades. Her area of expertise is healthy ageing, especially physical activity promotion in older people. She has published extensively. Jane is a Distinguished Member of the Australian Association of Gerontology and currently is President of the Association’s Victorian Division.
Professor Yvonne Wells, Head of the Lincoln Centre for Research on Ageing, La Trobe University
Professor Yvonne Wells is the Head of the Lincoln Centre for Research on Ageing at La Trobe University. Her long-term research interests include the efficacy of community care models and the impacts of later life transitions and informal caregiving. Yvonne was elected as a Distinguished Member of the Australian Association of Gerontology in 2012 and as a Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society in 2011.
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Event Date & Time: 26 November 2013, 1pm to 4pm
SMC Conference and Function Centre, NSW
66 Goulburn Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Registrations Open: 11th Nov 13 12:00 AM
Registrations Close: 26th Nov 13 11:59 PM
Non Member: $20.00
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