Less than 20% of students surveyed feel their curriculum adequately supports their needs to acquire solid research skills.

Research to Publication is made up of 52 learning modules developed to support learners through the entire research lifecycle at their own pace.

The modular format supports both medical education and continuing medical education needs.

Faculty can opt to assign all or some of the 52 modules.  Any or all of the 52 modules can be assigned as pre-workshop reading or post-workshop assessments.  Usage reports and completion certificates can help faculty track engagement.

Focused entirely on health research

There is vast advice available on scientific research but much less that focuses on the particular issues facing health researchers – which is what Research to Publication specializes in.

Comprehensive in scope

Comprised of 8 courses and 52 highly detailed modules, Research to Publication includes over 200 hours of learning.  Practical advice is delivered online in a user-friendly format, helping to enhance technical research capabilities, support research integrity, and drive high ethical standards.

A flexible self-paced program that follows the research cycle

Curriculum guides help learners navigate the program depending on their needs and level of experience.  Users can take all modules in sequence or choose to address specific knowledge gaps. Research to Publication is fully flexible, so that modules and courses can be completed at the learners pace. Available in a variety of formats, modules include short video/audio lectures, interactive quizzes, targeted development exercises and carefully selected resources.

A cost-effective way to teach

Research to Publication will supplement your existing efforts and help supplement the curriculum to support the teaching of solid research and writing skills. Our affordable prices include unlimited access to course materials and activities, as well as a signed, personalized certificate of completion from The BMJ’s Editor in Chief, Fiona Godlee and UCSF’s Associate Vice Chancellor of Clinical and Translational Research, Jennifer Grandis.

Encourage and incentivize publication

Research to Publication equips users to overcome the challenges associated with getting published in high-quality international journals.  The subscription offers all registered users a significant discount on APC charges for papers accepted into any of BMJ’s journals.

Institutions looking to further increase research output can opt to bundle a subscription with BMJ Open Access memberships, BMJ Case Reports and or BMJ Open Quality.