Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Planning Your Publication Strategy: Journals (Science and Medicine)

Files Included in this Resource:

This 8 minute video explores how to choose a journal

This 31 minute video discusses the measures and features of a journal

This 37 minute explores co-authorship, rejections and other factors to consider.

Resource Description:

The video presentations and discussions in this resource are taken from a workshop on working on a publication strategy to publish your research in science and medicine journals, forming part of a series on 'planning your publication strategy'.

The workshop included sections on:

  • How to Choos a Journal to Publish in
  • Context and Publication Practices
  • Measures and Features of a Journal
  • Co-authorship and Collaboration
  • Peer Review
  • Getting accepted and rejection
  • Promoting Your Work after Publication


Further Details:

The powerpoint presentation (Powerpoint Presentation) for the full workshop

The workshop was led by Yvonne Budden,

Scholarly Communications Manager from the Library

Date: The workshop took place in April 2015

More Resources in this Series

Planning Your Publication Strategy: The Essentials

Planning Your Publication Strategy: Scholarly Books

Planning your Publication Strategy: Conferences

Planning Your Publication Strategy: Arts and Social Sciences

We would like to hear any comments about this resource, including top tips of how you have used the material to support your research development. Please post your comments below: