Announcing #RxWritingChallenge Webinars
Webinars: Embracing Co-Authorship, Peer Review and the Social Aspects of Academic Writing
Running simultaneously with the Spring 2019 #RxWritingChallenge, the following webinars will explore the social aspects of academic writing. which includes writing for, with and among others. The social aspects of academic writing can certainly make writing more rewarding and fun, but also more challenging. In this webinar, editors from our nine partnering journals will discuss embracing audience response and peer review, as well as learning from our readers. We will also explore the interpersonal dynamics of co-authorship, experiences with co-writing and the value of writing communities.
Monday, April 1, 2019
Robin Zavod, Host
Shane Desselle, Panelist
Daniel Malcom, Panelist
Thursday, April 4, 2019
Kristin Janke, Host
Teresa Salgado, Panelist
Lauren Schlesselman, Panelist
Zaheer-Ud-Din Babar, Panelist
Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Spencer Harpe, Host
Daniel Cobaugh, Panelist
Laura Happe, Panelist
Incorporating Writing in Busy Schedules
April 10, 2019, 5pm Eastern
In conjunction with the Rx Writing Challenge, the ACCP Am Care PRN will be hosting a webinar with Dr. Alan Zillich, Professor and Head of the Department of Pharmacy Practice, April 10th, 5:00 pm ET. Dr. Zillich will discuss strategies for incorporating writing into our busy academic schedules.
Meeting number (access code): 929 336 110
Meeting password: 3s2MxMWb
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Encore Webinar: Enjoyment in Academic Writing: Is it Possible?
April 8, 2019, 1 Eastern/12 Central/11 Mountain/10 Pacific
Writing can be filled with frustrations, tensions and uncertainties. At times, the pressure to bring projects to fruition may overshadow and stifle the enjoyment that can come from writing. But what if there were factors within our control that could make writing more enjoyable? What are the conditions that could help move us to the positive side of the enjoyment continuum? Our hosts posit that there are “author-activated levers” that can help support enjoyment. Stop by this conversation and hear some concrete ideas for increasing enjoyment derived from an examination of the academic writing literature.