This article was originally published on Charlesworth Author Services Researcher Education blog
One of the best ways of sharing your research is by publishing your findings, innovative methodologies or original knowledge that you have created through your PhD.
While many researchers choose to publish only after they complete and obtain their doctorate, some begin the process while they are still doing their PhD (the difference in approach is often down to disciplinary norms).
Academic publishing can often prove challenging – it is not uncommon for the process to take six months to a year from submission to publication. Selecting the right journal is itself an exercise that needs to be well planned – read on for an introduction on getting started and some tips for bettering your chances of getting published… [keep reading here]