How to Get Published—Advice from Journal Editors


On May 11, the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative hosted a webinar/roundtable discussion among editors of communication journals providing aspiring journal authors with tips for a better chance of getting manuscripts accepted by scholarly journals.

In a news round-up written by Moremi Oladeinde, the advice offered for these aspiring journal authors, included:

  • Focus the scope of your research to increase the likelihood of getting published in high-impact factor journals
  • Develop a strong abstract outlining research findings or programs
  • Sample size is more important than perfect grammar
  • Focus on submitting articles with a clearly defined target audience to reach with their article or research findings.

More information is available at the post HC3 University Initiative Webinar “How to Get Published—A Conversation with Journal Editors

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