How to write for journal publication: Getting published in Australian Social Work
|Date:||11 May 2021|
|CPD hrs:||1 hour|
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AASW CPD Team
(03) 9320 1000
Australian Social Work is the only academic journal for social work in Australia, with an increasing impact factor - currently 1.4.
This webinar will address the topics and types of papers the journal publishes and the benefits of publication for all social workers. Presented by the Editor (Fiona McDermott) and Associate Editor (David Hodgson) of Australian Social Work, and an academic with wide-ranging experience in writing for publication (Clare Tilbury), the presentation will draw on their collective knowledge and experience of editing and writing for publication.
Participants will learn the process of getting published, tips and tricks for authors and what the reviewers are looking for at Australian Social Work.
Research and publishing is crucial to developing the knowledge base in social work and to supporting evidence informed practice.
There will be time allocated in the session for Q&A from participants.
This webinar will be recorded and the recording available to all registrants for 2 weeks after the live event.
Who should attend?
Social workers and human service workers, students, graduate and higher degree students, researchers and educators, practitioner-researchers.
1 hour of CPD activity, attributable to all credentials for Category 2: Skills and Knowledge.
- Understand the process involved in getting published.
- Understand the value of publishing.
- Learn what kinds of papers & topics are of interest to ASW.
- Learn how writing for publication will improve conceptual, research, critical and reflective skills.
- Understand the scholarly ‘conventions’ for getting published.
Associate Professor Fiona McDermott
Associate Professor Fiona McDermott is the Editor of Australian Social Work, an international quarterly journal with a current impact factor of 1.4. She has held this position since 2017. From 2009 to 2018 she had a joint appointment in the social work departments of Monash University and Monash Health, her role being to establish and develop practitioner research. Prior to that Fiona worked in the social work department at the University of Melbourne, teaching across the curriculum. Her publications are in the fields of research development, health and mental health, and working with groups. Fiona has published 5 books, many book chapters and refereed articles. She has a particular interest in qualitative research approaches and practitioner research. She has supervised many PhD and postgraduate research students.
Location and date
11 May 2021
A recording of the webinar will be sent to registrants via email after the event and available to watch for 2 weeks.
Members $60 (incl GST)
New Graduates, Retired and Student Members $30 (incl GST)
Non-members $80 (incl GST)
Non-member students $60 (incl GST)
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*Please note, registrations close 10 May 2021 at midnight.