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Events for researchers

Register for our upcoming events at Taylor & Francis

We are delighted to share this year’s events for researchers, hosted by Taylor & Francis. Please register your place for the events which are relevant to you and your research.

The live events will be recorded and made available to all registrants after the talks take place, so even if you are unable to attend the live event/s we recommend that you still book your place.

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Extending research reach in Medical publications

The impact of Plain Language Summaries on research accessibility & engagement
  • Friday 2nd December, 2:00pm GMT | 9:00am EST (USA)| 4:00pm EET/SAST | 7:30am IST

  • Speakers: Kelly Soldavin, Senior Editor and Jonathan Patience, Head of Commissioning, Medicine & Health.

What to expect

– Are plain language summaries truly valuable or simply the latest hype in the medical publications community?
– Are they a worthwhile addition to research or just a way to add more work to the process of publishing?

This talk is aimed at researchers and industry specialists in the field of Medicine and Health, addressing the use of Plain Language Summaries in that arena of publishing.
 
In the age of digital features, Plain Language Summaries (PLS) have emerged as one of the best ways to communicate research to a wide global audience. This realization has resulted in a variety of new resources – guidelines, toolkits, webinars, and articles – all of which support PLS of company-sponsored medical research. However, there are still a lot of questions about PLS, from their value to their implementation.

Join two experienced publishing professionals from Taylor & Francis and gain insight into the latest evidence-based research on PLS, best practices for development and advice from GPP 2022, and how PLS allow you to put important research into the hands of those who need it the most.

About the speakers

Kelly Soldavin is a Senior Editor for Taylor & Francis and manages a portfolio of Medicine & Health original research journals, including Current Medical Research & Opinion and Journal of Medical Economics. She is an advocate for, and has a special interest in, digital features and media, specifically plain language summaries; current trends in open research and scientific publishing; and ethical and transparent publishing practices. Kelly is a frequent speaker on these topics at conferences and webinars sponsored by the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals (ISMPP), The International Publication Planning Meeting (TIPPA), Counsel of Science Editors, and Medical Publication & Scientific Communications Summit, among others. She is a member of the ISMPP Social Media & Web-based Metrics Working Group and the Annual Meeting Program Committee and an author and peer reviewer of articles focused on publishing practices.

Jonathan Patience is the Head of Commissioning for Taylor & Francis’ Expert Collection, a collection of 28 peer-reviewed medical journals comprising the “Expert Opinion” and “Expert Review” series, which cover every stage of the pharmaceutical development pipeline and every major field of clinical medicine, respectively. Jonathan leads a team of Editors who commission and manage manuscripts published within these series. Jonathan is an advocate for, and has a special interest in, publishing ethics & integrity, open research trends, improving author publication journeys and improving communicability of research through digital publication enhancements (e.g., plain language summaries, video etc.).

Kelly Soldavin, Senior Editor

Jonathan Patience, Head of Commissioning

Increasing the visibility and impact of your research

Taylor & Francis Group and The Conversation Africa are pleased to present an interactive webinar on how authors can increase the impact of their research using a range of tools.
  • Tuesday 6th December, 9:00am GMT | 11:00am SAST | 12:00pm EAT | 2:30pm IST | 7:30am IST

  • Speakers: Abhishek Bhardwaj, VP Regional Marketing – India & SSA at Taylor & Francis, and Mokheseng Buti and Madeleine Heming Markey, Portfolio Managers in HSSI and AS at Taylor & Francis, and Pfungwa Nyamukachi, and Julius Maina

What to expect

Publishing is an integral element of the researcher process with most academics required to publish at least once in their professional career. Researchers must also navigate a publishing landscape that is constantly evolving. With more journal articles being published than ever before, how can you leverage opportunities to promote your work and make sure your research gets the recognition it deserves?

This webinar will explore the tools and tactics that are available to promote your research, including press campaigns, social media engagement, Search Engine Optimization and conference participation.

We will discuss the different groups you may be trying to reach – academic and non-academic – and the channels you may wish to use to take your research to a global audience.

The content will be relevant to East African researchers of all experience levels. All are welcome, there is no charge, and there will be plenty of time for questions.

About the speakers

Mokheseng Buti has been Portfolio Manager on the Humanities and Social Sciences International list at Routledge, Taylor & Francis since April 2019. Although based in Cape Town, South Africa he is part of a diverse team that is focused on promoting research in each of their respective regions. Through the unique perspective gained from being part of a diverse team, he fuses lessons learnt to help promote African Research and ensure that Scholarly Journals in his portfolio run smoothly.

Madeleine is a Portfolio Manager on the Area Studies list at Routledge, Taylor & Francis. She has been with Routledge for 13 years, managing the African Studies list since 2012. Madeleine is based in London, UK, but works closely with colleagues in South Africa, spending time at the Cape Town office in 2016, when we transferred management of a number of journals with Africa-based Editors to the expanding South African team.

Abhishek Bhardwaj is the Vice President of Marketing for India & Sub-Saharan Africa at Taylor & Francis. He is a part of the company’s Leadership Group where he contributes through thought leadership, positioning and narratives, insights and analytics. He is focused on leading T&F journeys as a customer-centric brand of specialist reference-led academic content and fostering human progress through knowledge. Based in New Delhi, Abhishek is a seasoned marketing professional with over two decades of in-depth expertise in academic publishing.
Photo of  Mokheseng R Buti smiling in front of a crowd of people.

Mokheseng Buti, Portfolio Manager

Madeleine Heming Markey, Portfolio Manager

Abhishek Bhardwaj, Vice President of Marketing for India & Sub-Saharan Africa

Increasing the impact of your research

  • Thursday 15th December, 4:00pm GMT | 6:00pm EET/SAST/CAIRO | 11:00am EST (USA) | 8:00am PST (USA)

  • Speaker: Luke Antieul, Regional VP of Marketing

What to expect

How can you make sure your research gets the recognition it deserves? This webinar will explore the tools and tactics that are available to promote your research after publication. We discuss the different groups you may be trying to reach (academic and non-academic), the channels you may wish to use (and common errors to avoid), and case studies where Taylor & Francis authors have taken their findings to a global audience. There’ll be lots of time to ask your own questions too!

About the speaker

Luke Antieul is the Regional VP of Marketing at Taylor & Francis. Luke has been with Taylor & Francis for seven years, working in a number of roles that support researchers to find the right journal for their research and achieve their publishing goals. Most recently Luke has worked specifically on our full open access journals and worked to educate authors on the benefits of publishing under this model. Prior to joining Taylor & Francis, Luke’s background was in Geography and he completed his BSc at the University of Southampton, UK.
Head shot of Luke Antieul, speaker at Increasing the impact of your research webinar.

Luke Antieul, Regional VP of Marketing at Taylor & Francis

Are you interested in being a peer reviewer for our journals?

As well as our upcoming training sessions that have specifically curated just for you, we have some peer review modules that you can access at any time. There are 6 modules available, and they are just 3-5 minutes long.

These sessions and modules provide vital information and training on how to be an effective peer reviewer.