Launched: 1st May 2014
The ScHARR Student e-Journal is a new online departmental peer-reviewed journal where Masters or PhD students at ScHARR can publish their work.
What kind of articles can be submitted to The ScHARR Student e-Journal?
The following health and related research articles can be submitted to The ScHARR Student e-Journal: academic research paper (between 1,500 and 3,000 words); abstract (up to 500 words), research poster; opinion or reflective piece (500 to 1500 words).
Why submit an article to The ScHARR Student e-journal?
There are a number of benefits to publishing in The ScHARR Student e-Journal. Firstly, sharing your work and findings with others is an important part of the research process as it contributes to the evidence, upon which health care practice is based. On a personal level you will feel a sense of pride when publishing your own work. Future employers, particularly in academia, may also look favourably on your publication. Finally, in addition to these benefits, each article submitted to the e-Journal will undergo a peer review process. This means that you will get individual feedback on your article that can help to further develop your academic writing skills.
How to submit an article to The ScHARR Student e-Journal
If you would like to submit an article to The ScHARR Student e-Journal please read the Submission Guidelines for Authors. The guidelines include further information about the types of articles that you can submit and the format. You should also speak to your project supervisor about your intention to submit.
All articles should be submitted to the editor, Hannah Jordan at firstname.lastname@example.org, with ScHARR Student e-Journal submission and your name in the subject title. Articles can be submitted either as a Word, Open Office, Google doc, PowerPoint (posters) or a portable document format (PDF) file.