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IJLCD Editors-in-Chief (adult and paediatric): everything you might want to know before you apply

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Webinar details

This free webinar was chaired by Amit Kulkarni, Research and Development Manager, RCSLT; and featured presentations by:

  • Steven Bloch, senior lecturer, Acquired Communication Disorders, UCL; and editor-in-chief, IJLCD
  • Cristina McKean, senior lecturer, Newcastle University; and editor-in-chief, IJLCD
  • Nickie Roake, Senior Journal Publishing Manager, Wiley

To find out more about applying for the role, visit the 'join the team' pages.

Please note, this webinar is aimed at those individuals who have applied for, or are considering applying for, the editor-in-chief role of the IJLCD, and fulfil the following criteria:

  • are a certified member of the RCSLT
  • have a PhD in a related academic discipline
  • possess a proven track record in research
  • have extensive experience of carrying out peer review
  • commit to carrying out the role for a term of three years
  • have a vision for the ongoing development of the IJLCD

Learning aims

By attending this webinar, delegates will:

  • Learn about the roles and responsibilities of the IJLCD Editor-in-Chief: what does an Editor-in-Chief actually do?
  • Hear about the expectations and the support provided by the RCSLT and the publisher
  • Hear about ongoing changes in the world of academic publishing and what this might mean for the Editor-in-Chief role
  • Have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have about the requirements or responsibilities of the role