Resources from the 2017 European Wiley Editor Symposium

Thank you for joining us at the European Wiley Editor Symposium in London on December 6th and 7th. Please find below all the recorded presentations, the slides (when used) and the posters from the poster session.

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What does better Peer Review look like?Using Metrics to Drive Journal PerformanceLaunching a New Journal
Improving Journal Quality One Manuscript at a Time: an Emphasis on Transparency and ReproducibilityHelp Your Authors to Enhance the Quality and Impact of their ResearchAddressing Common Challenges in Peer Review: a Multifaceted Approach


Presentations Slides

Wednesday 6th December

Thursday 7th December



Sessions Recordings

Wednesday 6th December

Keynote: Why Research Matters – The Importance of Experts by Dr. Giles Yeo, Principal Research Associate, Cambridge Neuroscience, The University of Cambridge

Editor to Editor – Pop-Up Sessions – Reproducible Research with Biometrical Journal by Professor Dankmar Böhning, Editor of Biometrical Journal and Professor of Medical Statistics at the University of Southampton

Editor to Editor – Pop-Up Sessions – Growing impact and publishing more in Maternal & Child Nutrition by Professor Victoria Hall Moran, Editor-in-Chief of Maternal & Child Nutrition and and Associate Professor at the University of Central Lancashire

Open Research: Supporting 21st Century Scholarly Communication by Daniel Hook, CEO, Digital Science

Roundtable Discussions: Transparency by Kathryn Sharples, Director, Editorial Development, Wiley

Thursday 7th December

Keynote: Next Generation Publishing Platforms by Todd Toler, Vice President, Digital Product Management, Wiley

Editor to Editor – Pop-Up Sessions: Addressing pipeline concerns at Human Resource Management Journal by Professor Dora Scholarios, Co-Editor-in-Chief of Human Resource Management Journal and Professor at the University of Strathclyde Business School and Professor Anthony McDonnell, Co-Editor-in-Chief of Human Resource Management Journal and Professor of Management at Cork University Business School

Editor to Editor – Pop-up Sessions: Open Access Journals and finding Quality Reviewers by Dr Parveen Ali, Associate Editor of Nursing Open and Lecturer at the School of Nursing & Midwifery

Panel Session: How to Stay Relevant Co-Chairs: Ray Boucher, Publishing Director, and Anna O’Brien, Associate Editorial Director, Editorial Management, Wiley


  • Professor Robin Banerjee, Co-Editor-in-Chief of Infant and Child Development and Professor of Developmental Psychology, University of Sussex, UK
  • Aki MacFarlane,Programme Officer – Open Research, Wellcome Trust, London, UK
  • Professor David Selwood,Editor-in-Chief of Chemical Biology & Drug Design and Professor of Biological and Medical Chemistry, Wolfson Institute for Biomedical Research, UCL, London, UK
  • Dr. Güneş Taylor, Postdoctoral Training Fellow, Lovell-Badge Lab, The Francis Crick Institute, London

Keynote: The Responsibility of Research – Equipping Society to Ask the Right Questions by Tracey Brown, Director, Sense About Science