9:30 – 11:30 a.m., each day
Registration for this course closed on June 4th
This course will be conducted via a virtual Zoom meeting online format and Canvas. Access to a computer/laptop with internet access is required. Please contact Professional Development with any questions.
Ana A. Baumann, PhD
Research Assistant Professor, Brown School
15 CEUs/CPH units (10 live, 5 self-study)
This course will help students learn to write scholarly manuscripts for publication in peer-reviewed scientific journals. Students will learn and apply tools for writing each section of a manuscript including tables and figures, responding to reviewer critiques, and selecting journals for submission.
The course is designed for those who are new to writing for publication as a lead author. Students should enter the course with an idea of a manuscript project to work on.
The course will consist of daily live Zoom webinars from 9:30 – 11:00 a.m. (CST), daily peer consultation & group activity from 11:00 – 11:30 a.m. (CST), and additional course material in Canvas.
Class size is limited to 40.
$650 General admission
$450 Non-profit/government employees (1st Summer Institute class)
$400 Non-profit/government employees (Additional Summer Institute classes)
This class will include both degree-seeking graduate students and practicing professionals. Individuals registering through Professional Development will receive continuing education units – but not academic credit – for the class.
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About the Instructor:
Ana Baumann’s research agenda focuses on identifying strategies to facilitate the implementation and dissemination of evidence-based interventions in low-resource settings nationally and globally. Baumann is a co-director of the Dissemination and Implementation Research Core (DIRC), a methods core at the Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) Core that provides methodological expertise to advance translational research to inform and move efficacious health practices from clinical knowledge to routine care. Through DIRC, she has supported numerous investigators in receiving federally studies aiming to accelerate the use of evidence-based interventions or guidelines in different settings of care.