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Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 104 | Submission: 10221 | Sponsor(s): (MED, IAM)
Scheduled: Friday, Aug 10 2018 12:30PM - 2:30PM at Hyatt Regency Chicago in Gold Coast
 
Helping Frame the Response: Editors “Giving Back” and Offering Advice
Helping Frame The Response
Theme: Improving LivesResearch

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Organizer: Deborah Blackman, U. of New South Wales
Participant: Andrew Harry Barton, Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent U.
Participant: Robert P Gephart, U. of Alberta
Participant: Bill Harley, U. of Melbourne
Participant: Richard T. Harrison, U. of Edinburgh
Participant: Paul Hibbert, U. of St Andrews
Participant: Clare Kelliher, Cranfield U.
Participant: Stephen John Kempster, Lancaster U. Management School
Participant: Michael O'Donnell, U. of New South Wales
Participant: Allan Macpherson, U. of Liverpool
Participant: Stephen Teo, Edith Cowan U.
Participant: Todd Bridgman, Victoria U. of Wellington
This PDW offers an opportunity to improve lives by enabling participants to work closely with editors discussing both the reviewing process and actual reviews. It is designed to support doctoral candidates, early and mid-career researchers to turn a Revise and Resubmit (R&R) into a published article. The transformation of scholarly interest and research practice into a published article is an inherently complex process and a potential source of major stress for novice researchers. As well as the systems and protocols to be addressed when the researcher receives feedback on articles submitted for publication, there may be a tension between what is advantageous for organizations such as universities or publishing houses, versus the well- being of the individual. More than ever university governance systems emphasize the need for researchers to submit to top ranking journals early in their careers and predictably they receive reviews critical of their work. When they are invited to undertake a R&R, the potential challenge to self- esteem can make reviewer feedback difficult to assimilate. Negotiating the difficulties inherent in the review process and to prepare an appropriate response requires careful balancing of the feedback received and an understanding of the nature of the review process. In small groups of no more than eight persons, editors from a range of peer-reviewed journals will discuss specific examples of reviews and more general issues of peer review governance.
Pre-registration is required for this session. Please contact the workshop organizer at D.Blackman@adfa.edu.au to obtain the approval code. To register online, please visit https://secure.aom.org/PDWReg. The deadline to register online is August 1, 2018. This PDW is part of our Junior Faculty Consortium. This PDW is designed to support doctoral candidates, early and mid-career researchers to turn a Revise and Resubmit (R&R) into a published article. The transformation of scholarly interest and research practice into a published article is an inherently complex process and a potential source of major stress for novice researchers. In small groups of no more than eight persons, editors from a range of peer-reviewed journals will discuss specific examples of reviews and more general issues of peer review governance.
  
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