Tag Archives: early career researchers

An interview with the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery 2016 Best Paper Award winner

Since its launch in 2013 by SAGE and the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery (JFMS), the JFMS Resident Best Paper Award has sought to identify and reward innovation in veterinary science research. From skin grafts to urethral rupture, the award is … Continue reading

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Top 3 takeaways from “Peer Review: the nuts and bolts” attendees  

What does peer review do for science and what does the scientific community want it to do for them? Should reviewers remain anonymous? Does peer review illuminate good ideas or shut them down? Equipping early career researchers with the answers … Continue reading

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How do you establish trust and authority in today’s scholarly digital environment?

By Mithu Lucraft, UK PR team Are you an early career researcher based in London? Then we would like your involvement in a new project looking at how how scholars assign trust and authority to the information sources they choose, … Continue reading

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Publishing in International Management Studies Journals

Scott Taylor and Emma Bell, members of the editorial boards of SAGE published journals International Small Business Journal and Organization, recently returned from a one-day workshop on ‘Publishing in International Management Studies Journals’. It was hosted by Professor Singh Sengupta at … Continue reading

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