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How To Handle Journal Rejection? Dealing With Rejection And Managing References
Dr. Sabyasachi SenguptaOphthalmologist; Founder, Future Vision Eye Care, Mumbai; Associate Editor, Indian Journal of Ophthalmology
Get practical advice, descriptive explanations, and easy-to-apply guidelines to help you bounce back after journal rejection and use reference managers effectively in this two-part video program.
What you learn
The three concepts reviewers use to assess your paper
Key research paper components and publication impact
The 10 most common causes of journal rejection
What can researchers do with a rejected paper
How to deal with rejection constructively
How to use reference managers effectively
Not only are rejections part of an author’s learning curve, but they are a part of life itself. It’s important to plan for success but not be discouraged by failure; but this is easier said than done. With the growing volume of submissions, the rejection rates of top journals can be as high as 95%. Therefore, this expert-led program is useful for all researchers, irrespective of whether you are pursuing your PhD, are leading your research group, or are a researcher who’s published in multiple peer-reviewed journals.
This program will help you understand how to cope with rejection, as well as how to bounce back and prepare your manuscript for journal resubmission. It explains the key concepts reviewer or journal editors look for in a manuscript, and then offers practical advice and options for authors who are wondering what to do after their paper is rejected. As correct references also play a big role in journal rejections, the course also includes a lecture on how you can use reference managers like Zotero or Mendeley to effectively consolidate, organize, and create a well-presented bibliography, improving accuracy and reducing your burden significantly.