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Sat, 8 Oct 2022 23:02:20 -0700
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Dear Screen-L Readers,

Have you ever wondered how leading journals, such as The Lancet Global
Health, determine their publishing priorities and what type of research
gets published?

Now is your opportunity to gain an insider’s perspective on this process
from Zoë Mullan, Editor-In-Chief of The Lancet Global Health. Zoë will
inform scholars on how to strategically prepare for your future research in
order to increase your chances of publication success.

During this conversation, you will gain:


   Insight from an Editor-in-Chief's perspective on forecasting research

   Steps to strategically plan your upcoming years of research so it's in
   line with publishers’ interests

   Insight on how The Lancet Global Health actively keeps multilingualism
   in mind when accepting research

October 26 at 4:30 PM Israel time / 1:30 PM GMT / 9:30 AM EDT on Zoom

*Save your free spot to attend the interview!

P.S. Already committed to a departmental meeting? Register using the link
above and we will send you a recording after the event.

The 'Publication Success Interview Series' offers unique insights into the
publishing world through in-depth conversations with leading editors,
publishers, and other influential figures in the industry. Through
exploring relevant topics, the interviews address and answer pressing
issues in order to make the publishing process more accessible to authors.

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