Getting to the “Submit” Button: Practical Tips on Publishing in Academic Journals

Meet a Journal Editor from Taylor and Francis

Dissemination of research findings is an essential part of the scientific research process.  Hence, it is of utmost importance for a researcher who is writing a full paper with the aim of publishing in a reputable journal or in a reputable proceeding.  Furthermore, getting a paper published in a reputable peer-reviewed journal or conference proceeding is an important milestone for researchers.

This workshop will be conducted by an editor of a reputed journal published by Taylor and Francis. We expect to share the editorial expertise during the workshop which will facilitate the audience to enhance their knowledge in scholarly publications.

Resource Person

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Dr. Thanakorn Jirasevijinda

Associate Professor of Pediatrics (Education)
Weill Cornell College of Medicine
New York, USA


  • Date: 24th  November 2020
    Time: 16:15 -17:30
  • Audience – All Conference participants (Free entrance for conference participants)


“Stepping to 2021: The Next Chapter of ICOPH”

A workshop will be arranged by the Conference Co – Chairs to discuss the outcomes and get the feedback of the Conference. Participants can share their experiences of attending the conference and express their ideas on areas to be improved in the future.

Moreover, the plans to be executed when organizing for ICOPH 2021  will be discussed during the workshop providing an opportunity for participants to share their views and voice their suggestions in terms of the conference theme, conference tracks, venue, dates, keynote speakers, partners featured events and any other applicable areas. The workshop will provide an insight to deliver the future conferences in a fruitful way with the outputs received by the Conference Chair, Keynote Speakers, Participants, and Organizers.

Date: 24th  November 2020

Time: 16:30 – 17:00

Audience: All Conference Participants

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Sr. Public Health Specialist

Workshop on Business – NGO Partnership Building 

Partnering across sectors is becoming increasingly the norm to address the most significant challenges in our global world as financial resources are constrained. The interconnectedness of issues including poverty, poor health, and poor quality of education, job insecurity, climate change, and endemic corruption affects all sectors and requires the involvement of all sectors.

This two-hour workshop provides an opportunity to learn how to build successful partnerships based on the practical experience of businesses and nonprofits from around the world.

The workshop is highly interactive and will cover skills needed for partnership building including:

  • Networking and building a reputation for collaboration;
  • Building relationships and trust;
  • Writing an MOU
  • Implementing a partnership
  • Communicating about the partnership and
  • Assessing progress and outcomes


healthcare management conferencesAlene H. Gelbard, Ph.D.

Founder and Principal, ACCESS Partnerships
Adjunct Professor of Social Enterprise, American University, Washington D.C.



mr. sonny sukada

Mr. Sonny Sukada

Executive Director – CCPHI,

Speech Title : “Nurturing Partnership for Sustainable Community by CCPHI”

mr govert waramori

Mr. Govert Waramori

Community Health Development Manager – Freeport,

Speech Title : “Malaria – Intertwining Sustainable Community Health by Freeport”

mr karyanto wibowo

Mr. Karyanto Wibowo

Sustainable Development Director -Danone,

mr don johnston

Mr. Don Johnston

Operations Director,

Speech Title : “Investment Initiative to Improve Water Access in Indonesia: a partnering for impact by Danone-AQUA &”

Date: 24th  November 2020
Time: 14:45 ‐ 16:45
Audience: All Conference Participants