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Tired of spending your valuable time on projects that don’t seem to go anywhere? Frustrated because no one seems to hear about your research?

Get ready to get published.

Investing in your scientific-writing skills can greatly improve the chances of publishing your results and helping you to move one step closer to making a difference.

This webinar will be invaluable for dietitians who want to publish in scientific journals and disseminate high-quality results broadly, to inform improvements in practice.


Learning Objectives:

  • Deliver a result that matters and informs practice
  • Gain scientific writing skills to better communicate your outcomes
  • Raise your awareness of aspects critical for scientific publication
  • Understand the role of strategic planning in responding to critical reviews, rejection and resistance to change
  • Garner support for ongoing quality practice through mentorship and sustainability
  • Recognise and surmount common barriers to publication


Presenters

P1010112Dr Ingrid Hickman is an Advanced Accredited Practicing Dietitian and is the Director of the Nutrition Research Program with the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane Queensland. She has been publishing in scientific journals for over 15 years and still nervously holds her breath when she first reads the reviewers comments on her papers.

Dr Katrina Campbell is a Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics at Princess Alexandra Hospital and an emerging leader in renal nutrition in Australia. Having developed a track record in clinical nutrition research focused on the nutritional management of renal disease, Katrina is the principal investigator on a number of clinical trials and multi-centre investigations. She is funded by fellowships from Office of Health and Medical Research and Lions Medical Research Foundation.