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Techniques and strategies for submission to The Lancet

Join Dr Diana Stanley, Deputy Editor of The Lancet Respiratory Medicine, to learn about:
• The Lancet family of journals’ peer review process
• What Lancet editors are looking for in a submission
• Strategies for preparing your manuscript for submission to a premium publication
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