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Recordings: events for researchers

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Exploring open access publishing

Strategies for successful outcomes
Screenshot of the introduction slide of Exploring open access webinar recording.

About the webinar

Increasingly researchers are interested in or required to publish their work open access. While the publishing process is essentially the same, open access publishing can offer the opportunity for greater impact and a more transparent process. This session will examine the publishing process and how to increase the likelihood of your work being published.

We will cover open access models, licensing, how to choose a journal and avoid predatory ones, manuscript preparation, the submission process, and how to navigate peer review. Participants should walk away with a good understanding of what they can expect during the publishing process.

Head shot of Victoria Babbit, speaker at Publishing your research open access webinar.

Victoria Babbit

Director of Researcher Development & Outreach at Taylor & Francis

About the speaker

Victoria is the Director of Researcher Development & Outreach at Taylor & Francis. Victoria joined Taylor & Francis in 2008 and throughout the past decade has supported researchers as they navigate the rapidly changing publishing landscape. Her work involves engaging with global research communities to build knowledge and capacity related to publishing and editorial activities. Prior to joining Taylor & Francis, Victoria conducted post graduate research in Geography at The University of Washington.

Increasing the impact of your research

      About the webinar

      How can you make sure your research gets the recognition it deserves?

      This webinar explores 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.

      Head shot of Luke Antieul, speaker at Increasing the impact of your research webinar.

      Luke Antieul

      Regional Vice President of Marketing at Taylor & Francis

      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.

      Extending research reach in Medical publications

      The impact of Plain Language Summaries on research accessibility & engagement

          About the webinar

          – 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.

          Kelly Soldavin

          Senior Editor at Taylor & Francis

          Jonathan Patience

          Head of Commissioning, Medicine & Health, at Taylor & Francis

          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.).

          Publishing in Social Science journals

            Screenshot of the publishing in social science journals research webinar introduction slide.

              About the webinar

              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.

              This session is designed for early career researchers who have little to no publishing experience, looking to publish with a journal from within Medicine & Health. It will provide a basic overview of the current state of academic publishing to enable a better understanding of the process.

              The session will cover what to consider when choosing where to publish, open access, preparing your manuscript for publication, the peer review process and how to respond to reviewer reports, top reasons for rejection, and how to promote your work.

              Head shot of Jackie Fernholz, speaker at Publishing in Social Science journals webinar.

              Jackie Fernholz

              Portfolio Manager at Taylor & Francis

              About the speaker

              Jackie has worked in academic journal publishing for 15 years and is the Portfolio Manager for Criminology & Global Development. Prior to joining Routledge, Taylor & Francis, she worked for Wiley, managing philosophy, religion and history journals.

              Sharing sensitive research data: what you need to consider

                About the webinar

                Many publishers, including F1000, encourage authors to share their data as openly as possible to facilitate reuse and support greater transparency of research outcomes. For researchers who have worked with human research participants, however, opening up their datasets may not be so simple.

                In this webinar, Dr. Rebecca Grant (Head of Data and Software Publishing, F1000) will introduce some of the key elements that researchers should consider when thinking about sharing sensitive data safely.

                Register now to join the session, where you’ll uncover:
                • What exactly makes research data “sensitive”
                • The legal and ethical implications of open data sharing
                • Approaches to safer sharing

                This webinar is perfect for researchers across all subject areas and will provide a framework for attendees to consider how their own data might be shared in legal and ethical ways.

                Dr. Rebecca Grant

                Head of Data and Software Publishing at F1000

                About the speaker

                Rebecca Grant is Head of Data & Software Publishing at F1000. Her work in academic publishing has focused on the implementation of research data policies across journals and the development training and support for researchers to encourage best practices in data management and sharing.

                She has a background in data management for the humanities and social sciences and was previously based at the Digital Repository of Ireland and the National Library of Ireland. Her doctoral thesis explored the connections between archival theory and research data management practice.

                Publishing ethics

                    Screenshot of the publishing ethics introduction slide from the webinar recording, with both speakers Didi and Vicky on video cameras.

                    About the webinar

                    This session provides an introduction to publishing ethics, including an overview on the common types of issues which can arise. We will discuss the role that publishers and editors play in ensuring the integrity of the scholarly record, and what authors need to know in order to avoid problems.
                    The session will also provide an overview on when, why and how we can issue a Retraction notice, a Correction notice or an Expression of Concern notice. The responsibility of authors will be discussed, as well as tips on how to prevent problems from arising on submissions.

                    Didi Peng

                    Research Integrity Manager at Taylor & Francis

                    About the speaker

                    Didi is a Research Integrity Manager within the Publishing Ethics & Integrity department. Their team is responsible for providing specialist advice and support on ethical, research integrity, and policy matters. With the overarching aim of minimizing risk and ensuring compliance to the highest publication ethics standards across Taylor & Francis Journals.

                    Publishing in Medicine & Health journals

                        About the webinar

                        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.
                        This session is designed for early career researchers who have little to no publishing experience, looking to publish with a journal from within Medicine & Health. It will provide a basic overview of the current state of academic publishing to enable a better understanding of the process.
                        The session will cover what to consider when choosing where to publish, open access, preparing your manuscript for publication, the peer review process and how to respond to reviewer reports, top reasons for rejection, and how to promote your work.

                        Felicity Poole

                        Commissioning Editor at Taylor & Francis

                        About the speaker

                        Felicity Poole is the Commissioning Editor for Taylor & Francis. She has worked across a range of therapy areas in T&Fs extensive medical portfolio, and currently manages Expert Review of Vaccines, and Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy, part of the Expert Collection series.

                        The Expert Collection is an authoritative reference point for research spanning the entire drug development pipeline, from drug discovery to post-launch marketing surveillance and drug safety.

                        Publishing your research open access

                          About the webinar

                          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.

                          This session is designed for early career researchers who have little to no publishing experience. It will provide a basic overview of the current state of academic publishing to enable a better understanding of the process.

                          The session will cover what to consider when choosing where to publish, open access, preparing your manuscript for publication, the peer review process and how to respond to reviewer reports, top reasons for rejection, and how to promote your work.

                          Head shot of Victoria Babbit, speaker at Publishing your research open access webinar.

                          Victoria Babbit

                          Director of Researcher Development & Outreach at Taylor & Francis

                          About the speaker

                          Victoria is the Director of Researcher Development & Outreach at Taylor & Francis. Victoria joined Taylor & Francis in 2008 and throughout the past decade has supported researchers as they navigate the rapidly changing publishing landscape. Her work involves engaging with global research communities to build knowledge and capacity related to publishing and editorial activities. Prior to joining Taylor & Francis, Victoria conducted post graduate research in Geography at The University of Washington.

                          Improving reproducibility through diverse research outputs

                            About the webinar

                            Ensuring research is published in a manner which enables reproducibility is vital to accelerating discovery and building trust. Sharing research, data and code transparently can empower others to reproduce original results.
                             
                            Reproducibility not only strengthens trust in the validity of published results, it also enables researchers to reuse and build upon the work of others. This brings benefits to the wider community with methods, software, and data often finding use beyond their own discipline.
                             
                            In this webinar, the F1000 Publishing team discusses how to improve the reproducibility of original research by utilizing a diverse range of research outputs.
                             
                            Register now to join the session, where you’ll learn about:
                            • The significance of reproducible open research publications
                            • How diverse research outputs can improve interactions with your research
                            • The benefits of publishing research openly and encouraging reproducibility amongst your network

                            Tom Sinden profile photo, speaker at F1000 webinar.

                            Tom Sinden

                            Publishing Executive at F1000

                            Headshot of Jack Brook speaker at 'Improving reproducibility through diverse research outputs' webinar.

                            Jack Brook

                            Associate Publisher at F1000

                            About the speakers

                            Jack Brook is an Associate Publisher at F1000, with over six years of experience working in academic publishing. He is an open science advocate, supporting efforts at F1000 to change the way science is communicated.

                            Tom Sinden is a Publishing Executive at F1000 and has worked in academic publishing for over four years. He is a strong supporter of open research publishing across all disciplines and manages a number of subject portfolios on F1000Research.

                            Understanding open research

                              About the webinar

                              Research funders, institutions and publishers are increasingly talking about open research. As a broad term which encourages accessibility, transparency and reproducibility of research and supporting information.

                              Open research includes the practices of sharing data, code, preprints, methods, or working in new ways such as Registered Reports.

                              Join this webinar to hear Head of Open Research, Matt Cannon cover the different areas covered by current definitions of Open Research, and outline some of the policies and practices to support this in place at Taylor & Francis. Hear more about how you can increase the transparency and reproducibility of your research and ultimately have greater impact.

                              Headshot of Matt Canon, speaker at 'understanding open research' webinar.

                              Matt Cannon

                              Head of Open Research at Taylor & Francis

                              About the speaker

                              Matt is the Head of Open Research for Taylor & Francis based in the UK. He helps set journal policies and establishes best practice to increase the reproducibility and transparency of research. He is a member of the Research Data Alliance, FORCE11 and on the steering group of the STM Publishing Association’s Research Data Project.