World Sexual Health Day 2021
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Looking to publish your Sexual Health related research?
World Sexual Health Day (WSHD) is annually observed on September 4. Founded by the World Association for Sexual Health (WAS) in 2010, WSHD aims to promote best practices in sexual health and to help people recognize that sexual rights are basic human rights. At Taylor & Francis we are proud to support peer-reviewed research that is facilitating the dissemination of sexual and reproductive health information across the globe.
To celebrate WSHD 2021, we've handpicked a selection of our journals covering topics relating to different areas of sexual health to help you find the perfect home for your research. Explore the selection today.
At Taylor & Francis we champion choice for researchers and offer a range of options for publishing open access (OA). Alongside our fully open access journals, you can also choose to make your research available OA through Open Select (often referred to as “hybrid open access“). Open Select allows you to publish your article OA in a journal which also publishes papers only available to subscribers, so you can continue to publish in your favorite journals but do so on an open access basis.
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Why should I choose open access?
- You can benefit from increased usage and influence: Articles published Open Select with Taylor & Francis typically receive 32% more citations* and over 6 times as many downloads^ compared to those that are not published Open Select.
- You will reach a wider audience: Your research will be accessible to policymakers, practitioners, professionals, and the general public interested in your field as soon as it is published.
- It is easier to monitor your impact: You will be able to see the downloads, citations and Altmetric data for your article at any time.
- Retention of copyright: Meaning you have control over how your research can be used by others.
*Citations received up to Jan 31st 2020 for articles published in 2015-2019 in journals listed in Web of Science®.
^Usage in 2017-2019 for articles published in 2015-2019.