How to get your research published (BPS Learn)

08 August 202211am - 1pm
  • Research
From £57.20
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Webinar

About

Graduate psychologists and anyone who has undertaken research are often overwhelmed by the prospect and challenge of publishing their research. This webinar will demystify the process and give participants an understanding of the process and how to get research of many tens of thousands of words to the required length for an academic journal. 

The webinar will help you to:

  • Consider reasons for disseminating thesis and psychological research (Why should I bother?)
  • Learn about key principles and sources of advice in preparing journal articles for submission (How do I do it?)
  • Learn about key principles and sources of advice in preparing journal articles for submission, and the challenges this presents (What happens?).

Target audience

Post-graduate psychology students and anyone who has undertaken research and wants to ensure it is disseminated and published. This webinar is ideal for anyone who has undertaken psychological research, in the process of undertaking psychological research, or about to.

Have a look at the presenter’s Q&A interview with our journalist for the BPS magazine The Psychologist.

Notes

  1. The webinar will provide an opportunity for Q&As.
  2. Please click on the programme tab for more information.
  3. A zoom link and password to join the webinar will be sent out one hour prior to the webinar to everyone who registers.
  4. This webinar will be recorded and made available as a recording for everyone who registers.

If you have any questions, email [email protected]

Programme

Learning Outcomes

  1. The importance and need to disseminate research for publication
  2. How to influence professional policy and practice in psychology
  3. How to prepare a journal for publication
  4. What happens during the submission process.
Post webinar materials

Participants will be provided with slides used in the session and a recording within 10 days afterwards.

Presenter: Dr Gavin Morgan CPsychol AFBPsS

Gavin is an academic and professional tutor across both educational psychology doctorates at the University College London lecturing across all aspects of professional development, including a focus on qualitative research.

Cost

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Society member £57.20
Non-member £96
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Online bookings will close at 11am on 8 August 2022.

A Zoom link to join the webinar will be sent to everyone registered one hour before the webinar is due to start.

To register for the webinar you need to sign into your BPS user account or create a new account by clicking the ‘create an account’ button. When signed in, click the ‘register’ button to book onto the workshop.