At IJPDS, sharing research freely is at the heart of everything we do and, as an Open Access journal, it is important that we uphold the Open Access ethos of making research freely accessible to all without restriction. By removing the restriction on derivative works, CC-BY opens up more options for using the research e. Publishing under a free license does not mean that authors lose all their rights, as the author retains the copyright for their manuscript. Publications are preserved in their original format and are made freely available to all via open access. To gain credit as an author, each of these criteria needs to be met. Each author is accountable for their own contribution, and any person meeting these four criteria should be listed as an author.
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It publishes articles on all aspects of research, development and evaluation connected with data about people and populations. These include:. The journal has a regular section for topics of particular interest to the IPDLN sub-edited by the Director s of the network. We are uniquely committed to connecting academia with the public and keeping them informed of exciting new research as it unfolds.
The IJPDS' innovative model brings a new dimension to the traditional academic journal format by informing the public of the latest research and providing authors opportunities for direct impact and even greater visibility. In the field of Population Data Science, arguably the most important audience for your work are the ultimate beneficiaries, the public. To help authors disseminate the complex content of manuscripts published in IJPDS to this audience, we offer a service through The Conversation, which is an influential and independent channel for research news and views.
Articles selected from the academic and research community for publishing in The Conversation are delivered directly to the public in an easy to understand general reader format, prepared by the authors from their original published manuscript.
The Conversation is truly international with Editors based in the UK, Australia, US, Africa and France, that are working with more than 55, specialist scholars and researchers. It is a not-for-profit, open access educational entity that provides a free on-line resource to help provide the public with clarity and insight into society's biggest problems. Watch this video to find out how Emily Marchant, PhD Researcher from Swansea University, benefited from writing for The Conversation, or follow this link to find out more about The Conversation and to see previously published articles.
The importance of impact beyond the world of academia cannot be underestimated. The ability to demonstrate the contribution of your research to and its influence on society. Articles are disseminated to more than 22, sites worldwide, giving a global reach of 35 million readers a month, and The Conversation is a primary resource for up-to-the-minute content for the press, web, radio and TV. Put simply, The Conversation unlocks the knowledge of researchers and academics allowing for better understanding of complex issues and a better quality of public discourse and conversations.
As soon as your manuscript is published, we will contact you by email offering you the possibility of writing an article for The Conversation. Successful applicants will then be introduced directly to the Editor who will work closely with them to create the finished article. As an e-journal, IJPDS has the flexibility to publish approved manuscripts immediately without having to wait for each Issue.
As soon as a manuscript is ready, we ensure that your work is instantly available to the right audience via Open Access giving authors the greatest possibility of citations. We publish articles from around the world in order to highlight how the field of population data science is impacting societies globally.
Our established readership spans a broad spectrum of specialist areas within population data science. Here is an example of the types of experts included in the Journal's readership:. The IJPDS has a particular interest in engaging with the public, the ultimate beneficiaries of population data science research, which sets us apart from other scientific journals.
We value research within the field of population data science that truly impacts society and are uniquely committed to connecting academia with the public to keep them informed of exciting new research as it unfolds.
The Journal distinguishes itself by accepting a broad range of submission formats that may be out of scope for other academic journals. Whilst we are committed to keeping our APCs competitively priced for our authors, we must ensure the sustainability of IJPDS by covering all costs associated with the open access publishing process, from initial submission through to final publication and promotional activities.
Therefore, we will only ever charge what is necessary for the welfare of the journal and the satisfaction of its contributing authors. Sharing the data that accompanies your published research is a positive growing trend for the research community. Whilst we recognise that it is not always possible to share all data openly for ethical or confidentiality reasons, IJPDS encourages the sharing of non-sensitive raw data along with details of the software used wherever possible.
Benefits to the research community — Datasets are valuable to the research community and re-use of data avoids duplication of effort and the associated costs. This, in turn, can stimulate further research. Satisfying Funders — Research funders are increasingly stipulating the sharing of data as a requirement.
For example, in the UK, the ESRC stipulates that grant holders must formally deposit all data in a responsible data repository. Increase research impact — Publishing your data is not only a good way of demonstrating that you were the first to conduct the research, but if your data is re-used, then you will benefit from citations in addition to the accompanying article.
Scientific Integrity — Sharing data allows others to replicate, validate, and correct your results thereby adding to the integrity of the science. For details on how and where to submit your data, please refer to the Author Guidelines. To encourage and stimulate open discussion about the articles published in IJPDS, we actively welcome submissions of Letters to the Editor.
The University of Manchester are recruiting a Research Associate or Research Fellow to join a research team to deliver research on a collaborative research project on the relationship between provenance and anonymization. There is much research underway on all aspects of the pandemic, including to slow its spread, improve diagnostic tests and develop a vaccine.
Population Data Science has a unique part to play because of the availability of large-scale datasets on the general population or on specific cohorts, such as age groups, geographic regions, particular health conditions or socio-economic levels.
IJPDS is now accepting new submissions and publishes on a continual basis. To submit a manuscript, you will be asked to register. IJPDS accepts a wide variety of manuscript types. Please refer to the author guidelines for the full list. The Science of Data About People. These include: Accessing distributed data Analytical advances Architectures and infrastructures Capacity building Delivering and measuring impact Data and linkage quality Epidemiology Ethical, legal and societal implications ELSI Legal and regulatory issues.
Working to bridge the gap between academic research and the public The IJPDS' innovative model brings a new dimension to the traditional academic journal format by informing the public of the latest research and providing authors opportunities for direct impact and even greater visibility.
Engage directly with the public for maximum impact via The Conversation In the field of Population Data Science, arguably the most important audience for your work are the ultimate beneficiaries, the public. Why impact matters The importance of impact beyond the world of academia cannot be underestimated. The ability to demonstrate the contribution of your research to and its influence on society is essential to securing future funding in an increasingly competitive market aids career progression through e.
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Latest Articles Published online: 08 April, Job Vacancy - Research Associate or Research Fellow on Provenance and Anonymisation May 11, The University of Manchester are recruiting a Research Associate or Research Fellow to join a research team to deliver research on a collaborative research project on the relationship between provenance and anonymization. Immigrant and ethnic neighbourhood concentration and reduced child developmental vulnerability Daphne N.
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