New EASE Publication – Writing You Research Paper: Tips From EASE Editors

We are very pleased to unveil a brand new official EASE Publication – Writing You Research Paper: Tips From EASE Editors.

These new guidelines have been created in a collaboration between EASE, American Journal Experts, and Research Square to support authors in writing high quality articles, choosing the most appropriate journals to submit to, and improve success in their research publishing journeys.

The advice, tips and examples in this new resource have been developed by members of EASE Council, experienced academic editors, journal managers, manuscript editors, translators, and copy editors. AJE and Research Square produced the layout and design of the book, and are supporting its release through a promotional campaign and webinar.

To coincide with the launch of the guidelines, EASE Past President Duncan Nicholas has authored a guest blog post on the AJE website. The post offers a sneak peek into the new guideline, with some of the practical advice and additional information for authors on navigating the complexities of scholarly publishing.

Writing your Research Paper: Tips From EASE Editors is a thoroughly revised, restructured, and reimagined edition of flagship EASE resource, EASE Guidelines for Authors and Translators of Scientific Articles to be Published in English, replacing the EASE Guidelines as the go-to resource for authors on the EASE website.

This new version features nine chapters of up-to-date information and guidance for authors on meeting the expectations of modern journal publishing, with insights into techniques and details such as pre-prints and open access, research and publishing ethics, factors to consider when choosing journals, identifying predatory journals, and more.

To support the release of this new document, EASE will join AJE for a free live webinar event on July 18 – Structuring your manuscript: Tips from an editor, presented by Shalini Garg, Editor in Chief of The Lancet Regional Health – Southeast Asia.

In this event, Shalini will explain how to ask an interesting question to frame your research, how to tell the full story of your work, and show how it advances on previous work. She will also give more advice on how to choose an appropriate journal and write an editor-eye-catching cover letter to get your submission to review.

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