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How to Get Published Webinar Series - Mentorship and Drop-In Session
Join us for the third webinar in our How to Get Published series. This month, we will be focusing on mentorship. This session will be a bit more free flowing, in which we encourage you to bring your own questions and challenges to the table. We will have an open forum where we will answer your questions.

In addition, we want to delve into mentorship: how to find a mentor and what to look for in a mentor-mentee relationship, specifically regarding writing a manuscript and the publishing process. For this session, we encourage those more senior in their career to join, too, to hear what early career researchers are seeking.

Hosted by SAGE’s Janet Salmon and Jessica Lipowski and two prestigious researchers and editors in their field of study, the webinar will provide essential guidance for anyone hoping to get published in an academic journal and advance their career.

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Aug 24, 2022 04:00 PM in London

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Jessica Lipowski
Jessica Lipowski is a Publishing Editor on the STM Journals Editorial team. She manages a range of science and medicine journals, working with editors and societies to develop new strategies as well as problem solve. During her time at SAGE, she has also worked closely with the Author team to create and develop resources to help early career researchers across disciplines better understand the publishing process and publish their research. Jessica has a background in project management, marketing, business development, and self-publishing. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Michigan State University and is based in Los Angeles.
Janet Salmons
Janet Salmons PhD (she/her) is a methodologist, academic writer, and artist. She is the Research Community Manager for SAGE Publishing’s research community, www.MethodSpace.com. Areas of interest include emerging research methods, and teaching and collaborative learning in the digital age. Her recent books are: Doing Qualitative Research Online (2022). What Kind of Researcher Are You? (2021), Reframing and Rethinking Collaboration in Higher Education and Beyond with Narelle Lemon (2021), Publishing from your Doctoral Research: Create and Use a Publication Strategy with Helen Kara (2020), Learning to Collaborate, Collaborating to Learn (2019), Find the Theory in Your Research (2019), Gathering Your Data Online (2019). She lives and works in Boulder, Colorado.
Maithe Enriquez
Maithe Enriquez, PhD, APRN, FAAN is Editor-in-Chief of Hispanic Health Care International, official journal of the National Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. She serves as Professor and Associate Dean for Graduate Education and Community Partnerships at Research College of Nursing. She also maintains an active practice as an Infectious Disease Nurse Practitioner in Kansas City, Missouri.
Aidan Wright
Aidan Wright, PhD, is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh. His work focuses on definitional issues in psychopathology and how who we are (personality) relates to the problems in living (e.g., psychopathology, cardiovascular disease) we experience. Most often his work uses ambulatory assessment (e.g., ecological momentary assessment, passive sensing) and statistical models for intensive longitudinal data. This work has been recognized with early career awards from the American Psychological Association, the Society for Research in Psychopathology, and the Association for Research in Personality. Currently he is an Associate Editor at the journal Clinical Psychological Science and the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology and is the incoming Editor-in-Chief at the Journal of Psychopathology and Clinical Science (formerly title the Journal of Abnormal Psychology).