Pathways to publication with The Lancet

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Are you interested in getting your work published in The Lancet? Have you already seen your name in lights but are keen to hear expert insights around what constitutes a well-represented piece of academic writing? Would you like to know more about the inner workings of academic publishers and the role they play in sharing the latest research evidence and thinking?

Then why not join the School of Public Health, the Faculty of Medicine and The George Institute for Global Health for a special event with The Lancet editors on pathways to publication with the group.

The Lancet’s Callam Davidson (Senior Editor) and Helen Frankish (Senior Executive Editor) will share insights and information as well as invite audience discussion – so that you can get your burning questions answered by the experts.

The session is designed to boost colleague awareness of how one of the world’s most recognisable and high-impact academic publisher works, what they look for from authors, and how we can work together to get evidence-based insights to key audiences.

All staff and students from across the University are most welcome to attend. Attendees are invited to share topics and questions they would like covered in advance, as well as raising points for discussion on the day.

Please note: This event is restricted to staff and students of Imperial College London and The George Institute. Please use an imperial.ac.uk or georgeinstitute.org email address when registering.

We have limited capacity but will be operating a waiting list. Please sign up if you are interested and we will contact you if more space becomes available.