“Publishing Your Research Findings: Strategies for Success” | Mark P. Jensen

31 Março 2022

Following the conference “Ispa Psychology & Pain Management – Psychological management of pain: a state-of-the-science update” we present this bonus workshop, kindly brought to us by Mark P. Jensen, Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Pain.


About the workshop:
Dissemination of research findings is a central goal of successful researchers. In order for their research findings to reach the largest audiences, and have the most influence on the field, researchers often seek to publish their findings in journals with high impact factors. In this talk, Dr. Jensen, the Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Pain, and author of over 600 articles in peer-reviewed journals, will describe the most common problems seen in articles submitted for publication in the journal, and make specific recommendations for how to avoid those problems. He will then review a general outline for organizing a scientific paper that he has found to be most successful in obtaining positive editorial decisions.


Educational Objectives:

  1. List the most common errors made by authors when submitting articles for publication.
  2. Describe a strategy for organizing and writing a successful research article.


This will be an online session.
Link to the session will be provided upon confirmation of participation.


March 31st | 4 PM

>> Click here to register. 



About Mark P. Jensen
Vice Chair of the Rehabilitative Medicine Research Department and Professor of Rehabilitative Medicine at the University of Washington. As a clinician/scientist, he has been developing and studying the effectiveness of psychosocial treatments for pain and teaching (in national and international workshops) about these treatments for about 3 decades. In his clinical work, he combines cognitive-behavioral, motivational and hypnosis approaches to help his patients better cope with chronic pain and its effects on their lives. He received his PhD from Arizona State University and his research program focuses on the development and evaluation of pain measures, pain beliefs and pain management strategies, as well as the development and evaluation of psychosocial pain interventions.


About The Journal of Pain
The Journal of Pain publishes original articles related to all aspects of pain, including clinical and basic research, patient care, education, and health policy. Articles selected for publication in the Journal are most commonly reports of original clinical research or reports of original basic research. In addition, invited critical reviews, including meta analyses of drugs for pain management, invited commentaries on reviews, and exceptional case studies are published in the Journal. The mission of the Journal is to improve the care of patients in pain by providing a forum for clinical researchers, basic scientists, clinicians, and other health professionals to publish original research. (source: The Journal of Pain online)


Interested in the Conference “Ispa Psychology & Pain Management – Psychological management of pain: a state-of-the-science update”? This event will take place on the 29th, 30th and 31st of march, online and on spot. Registrations are still available. Check it here.

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