These online tools will help drug abuse researchers improve their scientific writing to ensure that research results are published in the appropriate peer-reviewed journals and incorporated in successful funding applications.
Online Writing Mentor Program
This International Society of Addiction Journal Editors (ISAJE) program provides individual, online mentoring to help drug abuse researchers from low- and middle-income countries publish their completed research. ISAJE mentors typically have strong national or international reputations in their areas of expertise.
Publishing Addiction Research Internationally (PARINT)
Provides tutorials, resources, guidance, and support for authors and addiction scientists interested in serving as peer reviewers of research into drug dependence and its relationship to other addictions, such as gambling. Provides one-to-one support for authors from developing countries and includes a database of 82 peer-reviewed addiction journals in 18 languages.
The Research Assistant
In addition to a grant-writing tutorial, this site can help behavioral researchers collect data, assemble a research proposal team, choose a statistical method, or select a journal for publishing an article.