How to Communicate an Article Rejection

October 12, 2017 Helen Eassom

We all know rejection is never easy, but as the editor of a journal, there are things that you can do to minimize any negative feelings that may arise from a decision to reject a paper. The following infographic offers some advice on how to communicate a decision to reject, ensuring that authors are left with a positive impression of your journal, regardless of the outcome of their submission.

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For further tips on best practice when communicating with authors, take a look at our Editor Resources.

 

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Helen Eassom

Author Marketing, Wiley // Helen is a Marketing Coordinator working within the Author Marketing team for Wiley's Global Research division.

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