PharmaTell seminar: Research integrity in scientific publishing Event as iCalendar

14 August 2013

12 - 1pm

Venue: Seminar Room 503-024, Building 503, 85 Park Road, Grafton

The aims of the presentation are to provide young and aspiring scientists with an overview of the scientific publishing enterprise, including how to write a paper, where to publish, how to deal with authorship issues, and how to avoid the major and minor ethical dilemmas that constantly present themselves during an individual’s research career. This presentation will describe the challenges and rewards of publishing early in one’s professional career, including authorship issues, timetables, ethical dilemmas, and pressures to publish. This presentation consists of practical guidance about what journal editors are looking for in a journal article (e.g., originality, sound methodology, good writing, etc.) and what to do when the editor asks for a revision.

ASB Visiting Professor Thomas Babor is Professor and Chairman in the Department of Community Medicine and Health Care, University of Connecticut School of Medicine. He holds the University's Physicians Health Service endowed chair in Public Health and Community Medicine. His research interests include screening, diagnosis, early intervention, and treatment evaluation, as well as alcohol and drug policy. He has worked with the World Health Organization on the development of Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) and the Alcohol, Substance Involvement Screening Test (ASSIST). He is Associate Editor-in- Chief as well as Regional Editor of the international journal, Addiction. He is the author or co-author of Drug Policy and the Public Good, recently published by Oxford University Press, and Alcohol: No Ordinary Commodity - Research and Public Policy. Both books were awarded a first prize in the public health category of the British Medical Association's book competition.

Presented by: Professor Thomas Babor , University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, USA


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