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Publishing Open Access in Cambridge Journals
Open Access (OA) was once a disruptive new approach promoted by a few passionate advocates who believed that access to and ability to reuse research was fundamental to accelerating knowledge. Today, more and more researchers are choosing to publish their research OA as interest, understanding and awareness of this mode of scholarly communication continues to grow.

Join our Editorial Team as they guide you through the basics of OA, highlight key benefits, and present evidence of the increased impact of choosing this option.

Alongside this, Professor Sally Kendall, co-Editor in-Chief of Primary Health Care Research and Development, will share her perspectives on the opportunities OA affords, and the changing landscape around it.

We will also explore funding pathways to publishing OA, including how to benefit from publishing agreements with your institution.

The session will last one hour, including a Q&A with the panel. If you can't attend, please do register as you will be sent a recording after the event.

May 10, 2021 04:00 PM in London

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Sally Kendall, MBE
Professor of Community Nursing and Public Health @University of Kent
Sally is co-chair of the International Collaboration of Community Health Nursing Research (a UK charity supporting international community nursing research dissemination) and co-Editor in Chief of 'Primary Health Care Research and Development' (PHCRD), an internationally recognized journal that flipped to fully Open Access under Sally's stewardship. She is also the Chair of the European Forum for Primary Care of which PHCRD is the official journal. In her role as academic, health professional and editor, Sally believes that the value of OA lies in everyone having equal access to knowledge to promote the understanding of science and contribution of all to scientific debate related to health and health care.
Ann Avouris
Executive Publisher, Academic Journals @Cambridge University Press, (New York)
Ann has over 15 years of experience in the publishing industry working with both corporate and not-for-profit publishers. After beginning her academic publishing career at Springer, Ann moved to Cambridge in 2013, where she is now responsible for growing and developing both Social Sciences and Scientific/Medical titles. Ann is keen to help authors explore the increasingly complex landscape of journals publishing; the implications of the Open Access and open research movements; what it means to publish in one journal over another; and how to be an advocate for one’s own work as an author, as well as be a discerning reader.
Catherine Hill
Executive Publisher, Academic Journals @Cambridge University Press
Catherine has overall responsibility for the business and strategic direction of the Applied Life and Health Science journals, having moved to Cambridge from the British Ecological Society in 2020.