Sharing Your Expertise:  Manuscript Submission to the Physician Leadership Journal (PLJ)

By SoundPractice
October 21, 2020

In this timely SoundPractice podcast interview, Mike Sacopulos interviews Nancy Collins, VP at the American Association for Physician Leadership about their flagship publication, the Physician Leadership Journal.  They discuss the editorial mission of the PLJ, the mechanics of submitting an article, how the peer-review process works, and how the collaborative process with the PLJ editorial team is helping to build the next era of physician leader scholars.

 


PLJ article topics are these:  Careers, Communication, Finance, Healthcare Organizations, Healthcare Professionals, Health Law and Policy, Innovation, Leadership, Management, Patient Care and Quality, Technology.


Bonus!  Listen to the end for the inside scoop on what reviewers look for in a quality manuscript, and pitfalls to avoid in paper submissions to any medical journal.


Contact Information at editor@physicianleaders.org


Submission Guidelines and Policies for the PLJ:  https://www.physicianleaders.org/news/author-submission-guidelines-for-the-physician-leadership-journal


Society for Scholarly Publishing – Useful information on journal publishing
https://scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org/2017/07/25/cabells-new-predatory-journal-blacklist-review/


Review a sample issue of the Physician Leadership Journal.

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