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Symposium 11: How to publish papers
S-11-03: What early career researchers want from journals Publication is an indicator of a researcher's output and it is one of the most important components for early career researchers. Publications always have a huge influence and impact when early career researchers applying for their postdoctoral fellowships, research grants, conference scholarships, research prizes and awards. However, several factors such as quality of review, impact factor of journals, time for review process and publication time are considered when submitting a paper to a journal for peer-review. Dr Eric Chow is an early career research fellow at the Melbourne Sexual Health Centre and Monash University in Australia. As an early career researcher's perspective, he will share his experience on paper submission and exceptions from journals.