Where Should I Submit My Manuscript/What Happens After I Submit?

 

Presented by Benjamin Poulose, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Career Development Symposium


disclosures–1:03
strength of work–12:26
generalizability–3:18
other tips–4:13
what are your goals?–5:09
when you submit–5:41
ok, you’ve submitted…now what?–7:55
quick editor review–8:


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