Scientific Publishing: Vital for Public Health and Authors
Raymond L. Rosales
Jan 2020 DOI 10.35460/2546-1621.v4i1.editorial Access
What happens when you, the potential authors of scientific research study, decide not to write and submit your findings for peer review publication? Nothing. That “nothing” joins the countless invisible romantic mountains of lost learnings and the trash of obsolescence. The vital interest of public health is not served, and you lose the chance to contribute to the advancement of scientific learning and to your consequent professional development. Even with thought, discussion, lab or field work and analysis, if not written or published, it is still nothing, nonexistent.
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