Fall 2019 CSE Short Course on the Road: Publication Management

CSE Short Courses on the Road
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November 13, 2019 | 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
National Press Building
529 14th St., NW | Olivetti & Underwood Training Rooms, 2nd Floor
Washington, DC 20045

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Short Course Registration fees:
CSE member: $270.00*      5+ from the same company Member: $245*
Non-member: $350.00       5+ from the same company Non-member: $315

*CSE Publication Certificate Program participants receive a 20% discount.

Registration will close on November 11, 2019 or when capacity reaches 30, whichever comes first. Breakfast and lunch are included for attendees.

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Why Short Courses on the Road?

Short courses on the road maximize opportunities to participate in CSE educational offerings and provide convenient choices for you and your sponsoring organization. Learn locally with CSE as we bring the faculty and curriculum directly to you. The course content and quality are the same, and the day will include time for networking and open discussion. Attendees will receive a certificate of completion, and the course is a qualifying event for the CSE Publication Certificate Program.

Short Course on Publication Management

Objective:
To introduce new managing editors and other publication managers to efficient and effective methods of managing a journal. To emphasize publication management best practices with seasoned managing editors and publication managers.

Course Description:
The Short Course on Publication Management is designed to address the wide-ranging role of managing editors and publication managers as well as the daily challenges they face. This is the introductory course for those newer to journal management. Course curriculum will address efficient and effective methods for managing a journal through discussion of communications and personnel management, navigating relationships with EICs and Societies, peer review processes and tools, journal production workflow, essential metrics, ethical best practices, and effective leadership. Attendees are encouraged to bring specific questions from their own experience for discussion by faculty and other attendees. Active participation and exchange of ideas are encouraged.

Who Should Attend:
Managing editors and those in other management positions in the journal publishing industry.

Speakers:
Helen Atkins
Senior Manager, Journal & Product Support
American Chemical Society

Emilie Gunn
Managing Editor
American Society of Clinical Oncology

Brittany Swett
Executive Director
J&J Editorial, LLC