The Scholarship of Public Health
The Scholarship of Public Health addresses topics relevant to scientific publishing, dissemination of evidence and best practices, and the education of current and future professionals. This column presents some considerations and best practices for finding time to produce scholarship in the form of a manuscript or presentation.
Justin B. Moore, PhD, MS is the Associate Editor of the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice and an Associate Professor in the Department of Family & Community Medicine of the Wake Forest School of Medicine at the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, NC, USA. Follow him at Twitter and Instagram. [Full Bio]
Read all columns in this series:
- Writing the Introduction of a Manuscript for the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice
- Building a Global Research Network
- Choosing a Team and Being an Academic Team Player: Part II
- Choosing an Academic Team and Being a Team Player: Part I
- Achieving Balance Through Work-Life Integration
- Writing the Methods Section of Your Manuscript for the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice
- Teaching Public Health Practice for Non-Practitioners
- Writing a Cover Letter to a Journal
- Writing the Results Section of Your Manuscript for the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice
- A Few Tips on Avoiding Burnout in Academic Public Health
- Writing the Discussion Section of Your Manuscript for the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice
- Impact Factor: The Metric You Love to Hate
- Finding Time for Scholarly Writing, Part II
- Finding Time for Scholarly Writing, Part I
- Who Is a Scientist, Anyway?
- Letting Journal Editors Do (Some of) Your Work for You
- Selecting the “Best” as an Outlet for Your Work
- How Can Public Health Students Make Themselves Competitive for Employment?
- Writing an Abstract for Publication
- When Is Public Health Coming to Students of Public Health?