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Why publish in a peer-reviewed journal?

Not all journals are peer reviewed.  With peer-reviewed publishing, there are many benefits.

-     opportunity to be influential worldwide
-     quality of the publication improves – validity, relevance, significance, originality, composition
-     peer reviewed articles are more respected
-     indexed and made available to a broad audience
-     metrics to assess your article’s impact - may be useful for resume or career promotion
-     become a respected expert in your subject matter
-     improves grant funding opportunities
-     improves the author’s ability to write clearly and concisely
-     validates the author’s work
-     is an opportunity for the reviewer to learn and stay current
-     carries more weight than most publications
-     enhances trust in the content
-     brings attention from other researchers, policy makers, and the public
-     provides recognition for a scholarly article
-     reduces duplication of efforts
-     reduces plagiarism
-     improves opportunities for translation to other languages


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