Join this free one-hour practical, interactive workshop from the UK EQUATOR Centre. In our Lightning Workshops series, our methodology, writing, and communication experts cover all of the essential aspects of writing and publishing your academic research. These sessions are designed for early-career biomedical and clinical researchers.
Authorship can be a tricky issue in biomedical research. Learn about authorship rules, rights and responsibilities so that you can sort it out early and avoid any problems. In this interactive workshop, we’ll share experiences, learn from each other, and work through scenarios to identify strategies for ensuring your author list reflects everyone’s contributions.
Jen de Beyer is CSM’s science writing, dissemination, and publication specialist. She’s here to help your research reach its full potential through clear, complete writing that targets the right audience. She develops resources on how to write fantastic health research articles and teaches academic writing skills through the UK EQUATOR Centre.
Patricia Logullo is a scientific editor with a background in scientific journalism and evidence-based health. She has extensive experience helping biomedical researchers to communicate their findings and journals to publish health research articles. She conducts research into best practices, tools, and guidelines for scientific communication, in her role as website and research officer at the UK EQUATOR Centre in the Centre for Statistics in Medicine.
This free workshop is open to University of Oxford, Oxford Brookes, and Oxford University Hospitals staff and students, but we do ask you to book a spot. To hear about other EQUATOR courses in Oxford, please join our mailing list by sending a blank email to firstname.lastname@example.org.