One aim of the CommonHealth Editorial Board is to encourage student participation and membership from each of the college’s departments in all phases of the publishing process. These aims align with CPH's mission to promote transdisciplinary collaboration and develop the next generation of leaders in research, scholarship, service and innovation. There is a recognized need for shared governance with students so that the administration of the journal can serve as a training opportunity as well. The resources listed below are intended to assist students, staff and faculty with publishing their work in this and other journals.
Click the infographic below for an overview of the publishing process.
Turning Your Poster Into a Paper
In this video, Dr. Heather Gardiner (Social and Behavioral Sciences) presents on how to turn a poster presented at an academic conference into a manuscript for publication. The Editors have also provided a brief list of Do's and Don'ts and an infographic for things to remember when transforming a poster into a paper.
Included here is a template for authors to use when creating a submission. This template includes the required sections and provides guidance on what information should be included and a sample reference list.
AMA Publishing Resources
All submissions to CommonHealth should use American Medical Association (AMA) style, 11th edition. This guide provides authors and reviewers resources for formatting in this style.
Guidance on the peer review process and things to consider when reviewing a submission are avaliable here.