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Learn how to submit a high-quality academic journal article the simpler and faster way.

I get it. Writing and publishing your first few journal articles is challenging.

There is little to no support on the practical stuff from your university and supervisor.

The whole process is confusing and overwhelming. You don't know where to start. You don't know how to finish.

But, what if I told you that you've already done A LOT of the hard work? What if you just needed to learn how to package that hard work up into the right format?

It doesn't have to be so confusing and overwhelming...

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Yes, you can get published.

In this guide, I'm sharing my best advice on how to conquer that goal.

Get ready to:

πŸ’ͺ Learn how you need to make the process easier

πŸ’ͺ Feel more confident with tips from an experienced research scientist

πŸ’ͺ Overcome those imposter syndrome feelings

πŸ’ͺ Conquer your academic publishing goals 

πŸ’ͺ Prioritize publishing and make significant progress

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Here's what's in the guide:

βœ” the 7 pieces of work you already have done that you can transform into a journal article

βœ” the 3 main types of articles and which type to choose

βœ” how to structure your journal article depending on the type

βœ” how to articulate your main argument with example phrases

βœ” printable and customizable Action Plan document

βœ” how to silence your inner critic - goodbye imposter syndrome πŸ‘‹

βœ” tips from a published author, reviewer, and editor

Here's what this is not:

These are not generic tips about writing and time-management. This is practical guidance so you know how to proudly submit a high-quality journal article.

What they are saying....

Hi! I'm Dr Jayne Wilkins.

I am a research scientist with more than 12 years experience writing and publishing journal articles.

I've served on all sides of the process, including as author, reviewer, and editor.

I’ve published as first-author in the journals Nature and Science.

And I've mentored many of my students through the publication of their first journal article.

This is why I've created this resource:

I know firsthand the pressure that comes with trying to get published.

As a postgrad, I was expected to publish, publish, publish...But I didn’t know how and nobody was offering the support I needed. I was left to figure it out on my own.

So I understand how you feel and it can be overwhelming.

Over the many years I have been an academic, I've developed knowledge and skills that makes the whole daunting process less daunting. Academic writing can actually be faster and easier than you think, and even fun!

And with the experience I've gained, I love to help early career academics and postgraduates conquer their publishing goals.

My mission is to make the world a better place by helping emerging leaders (yes, that's you!) share your research with the world.

You've got this!

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