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Getting Your Research Published
Research Toolbox Series
Date: 23 Mar 2016
Presented by: Dr. John Oliffe, Professor, UBC School of Nursing
Room: T206, UBC School of Nursing (3rd floor of UBC Hospital)
This session will explore proven strategies to guide the writing and publishing of manuscripts. These approaches are relevant for building publishing capacity to disseminate your scholarship regardless of whether you are writing empirical, theoretical, methods, or commentaries to guide others. Interactive scenarios will be used to encourage participants to share their experiences and opinions as well as pose questions.
BIO: Dr. Oliffe is a Professor at the School of Nursing at the University of British Columbia. Founder and lead investigator of the Men’s Health Research program, his work focuses on masculinities as it influences men’s health behaviors and illness management, and its impact on partners, families and quality of life. His research provides key insights to guide clinicians and researchers advance men’s health promotion practices. Dr. Oliffe has authored over 165 publications.