New Authors

The Editors of RPHRM are keen to encourage new authors, and we are prepared to mentor authors who have not published previously, but would like to add to their publication portfolio with a contribution in RPHRM. Potential authors should be mindful that the preparation of a publishable article is likely to require a number of developing drafts. Indeed, it is likely that such authors will be encouraged to amend their first draft in stages. For example, the first stage might be the preparation of the Abstract and a first attempt of writing the Introduction. The second stage could be the amendment of these two sections and the writing of the first part of the Body of the manuscript. Although this refining process will require a ongoing investment by the author(s), it will also be a learning experience and the acquisition of competencies that underpin future publications.

We look forward to receiving your submissions.

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