This chapter explains the approaches to disseminating the results to the field, including publication or presentation to scientific audiences or other channels to reach a broader audience. It presents the research for publication and presentation through a discussion of the peer-reviewed publication process and scientific meeting presentation. One of the oldest and most frequent ways of disseminating scientific knowledge is through the peer-reviewed publication process. Submitting a manuscript to a journal for consideration for publication has become a fairly standardized online process. The publication and presentation process discussed thus far was inherently directed toward a scientific audience. Scientific meeting presentation is a welcome opportunity to share recent work with colleagues in an organized setting. Publishing results can be a frustrating and time-consuming part of research, but following a standard format for organizing the manuscript eases the process. Tables and figures are used to present the results of descriptive and analytic epidemiology.