7 reasons your research paper was rejected

EDITORS from a leading Australian health journal have published what they consider to be the “seven deadly sins” of rejected research papers.

They say the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health receives around 600 papers a year, of which half do not go out for review, and only about one in ten make it into print.

“Editors are also authors, and we know that the ‘rejection letter’ inevitably invokes a sinking feeling,” they write