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You can ignore this message, I found the paper (the forum doesn't allow me to delete a post, just to edit it!)
Would anyone be able to help me to get this paper:
Pirkis, J., Blood, R. W., Beautrais, A., Burgess, P., & Skehan, J. (2006). Media guidelines on the reporting of suicide. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention, 27(2), 82-87. http://dx.doi.org/10.1027/0227-5910.27.2.82
I'd be very grateful ;)
I'm really stuck here, does anyone have access to the full text for this journal article? Thanks
Osho Oluwaseyi; Owoeye Oluwatoyosi; Armijo-Olivo Susan, 2017. Adherence and Attrition in Fall Prevention Exercise Programs for Community-Dwelling Older Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Journal of Ageing and Physical Activity. doi: 10.1123/japa.2016-0326
Hello, I finished my PhD and started a post doc in a different area and a different country straight away (I moved to the UK). I am now at the stage where I want to publish some papers from my PhD. I have what's probably a very naive question: the papers I have published from my postdoc were published in open access journals. The research institute where I work paid for the publishing. But do you think they would pay for me to publish work from my PhD, which is in a different area? If they don't pay, where would I go to get funding to get a paper published? What do people do in this situation? I know I need to ask my line manager about this, but I just wanted to see if I'm asking a really stupid question first. I would be grateful if people on this forum cold share their experiences, Thanks.
Can anyone send me this paper? Thanks.
Reichow, B., Jason, I., Halpern, J.I., Steinhoff, T.B., Letsinger, N., Naples, A., Volkmar, F.R.
Characteristics and Quality of Autism Websites
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
June 2012, Volume 42, Issue 6, pp 1263–1274
I'm looking for help, does anyone have access to this paper? Thanks!
Lupton, D., 1994. Femininity, responsibility, and the technological imperative - discourses on breast cancer in the Australian press. International Journal of Health Services. 24(1), pp.73 - 89.
I did what you're thinking of doing, i.e. I self-funded my PhD. I finished last year and am about to begin a postdoc which I'm very happy about.
However I would advise against self-funding. I put myself through a huge amount of unecessary strain and worry because of being broke all the time, and having to find money for fees. I was miserable so much of the time, which is an awful pity because I really enjoyed my research, had a great relationship with my supervisor, and some nice colleagues.
What I should have done was give myself 12-18 months to look for funding and read as much as I could about my topic. I could have gotten alumni membership of my old university library and read and read. I should have spent this time networking as well. I should have attended conferences and public talks given by academics in my area, I should have asked questions and told these people that I wold love to do a PhD in X, could they advise me on where to look for funding.
If I had done this, I think I could have succeeded in getting funding, and know that I would then have enjoyed the whole PhD experience much more.
Good luck with whatever you decide to do.
Often these forms are standard across all disciplines for a particular university. So, in some disciplines and fields it is usual for PhD students to have lots and lots of papers published before they even finish, and in others it's great to have just one (well done on that BTW). Just because it's on the form doesn't mean you have to have these publications. They are definitely important, but they are just one element. You should go ahead and apply anyway, if nothing else it means you get some practice at filling in these applications.
Good luck with it!
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