|2023-07-31 Sabrina Li-Form Idea to Publication: Navigating the Academic Publishing Process|
|發表時間：2023-07-28 閱讀次數：2512 發布者：20190235|
主講人：Dr. Sabrina Li, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
This talk will focus on guiding students and early career researchers through the process of academic publishing to enhance the visibility and impact of their work. I will discuss different types of academic articles, including research articles and review articles, and explore their unique characteristics and purposes. I will also discuss how to structure manuscripts following academic standards and guidelines. Additionally, the talk will delve into the crucial process of selecting suitable journals for submission, considering factors such as scope, audience, and impact. Participants will be empowered to make informed decisions that align with their research goals. The peer review process will also be discussed, highlighting its role in maintaining and validating academic rigor. By the end of this seminar, participants will be prepared to navigate the academic publishing journey with confidence and will learn how to promote their research effectively.
Dr. Sabrina Li is Assistant Professor in Quantitative Geography at the University of Nottingham. She leads the School of Geography Health Geography Hub and is a Co-I of the Measurement and Geographies Programme at the Rights Lab. She has been recognised as one of Forbes 30 Under 30 for Science and Healthcare. Her research investigates the interactions between human health and the physical, social, and built environments. Dr. Li is interested in understanding why certain populations are more susceptible to diseases and ill health than others, and the assessment of differential health impacts experienced by disadvantaged populations. Most of her work focuses on the social and environmental determinants of health. To address the complexity of these areas, her work mainly utilises large spatial data tools from GIS and quantitative methods. Please see her personal webpage for more details.