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Making the most out of a conference: A practicable guide to writing and delivering a paper

Attending your first conference can be a nerve-wracking experience, and giving your first paper can be even more stressful. However, a little bit of forethought and preparation can make the whole experience much smoother and more enjoyable. For those who

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Posted in Communication, Education, Health Education, Scientific writing, Writing

What is a Peer Review article and it’s features?

What is Peer Review? In academic publishing, the goal of peer review is to assess the quality of articles submitted for publication in a scholarly journal. Before an article is deemed appropriate to be published in a peer-reviewed journal, it must undergo the following

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Six things to do before writing your manuscript

A new study, “How to Prepare a Manuscript for International Journals” — a seasoned editor gives advice to boost your chances of acceptance I think that sometimes researchers are not trained by their supervisors in writing scientific papers during the

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Posted in Case report, Chicago Manual Style, Communication, Editing, Health Education, Impact Factor, Interdisciplinary research, Journal article, Journal Selection, Manuscript format, Medical Communication, Medical Writing, Peer Review, Proofreading, Review article, Scientific editing, Scientific writing, Writing

Steps to writing an effective discussion section

The purpose of the Discussion is to state your interpretations and opinions, explain the implications of your findings, and make suggestions for future research. Its main function is to answer the questions posed in the Introduction, explain how the results support the

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Posted in Journal article, Medical Writing, Review article, Scientific writing, Writing

Offender in neurodegenerative diseases can benefit normal cells

The propensity of proteins to stick together in large clumps — termed “protein aggregation” — is the culprit behind a variety of conditions including Huntington’s, Alzheimer’s and mad cow diseases. With this notoriety, protein aggregation is considered to be a

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Shielding Good Science: Upholding Publishing Ethics

If a plagiarist plagiarizes from an author who herself/himself has plagiarized, do we call it a wash and go for a beer? Does this sounds familiar?  Chances are, no. Does this kind of cut-and-paste happen in research publishing today? Sadly, yes.  According to Science (Vol.

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Posted in Case report, Journal article, Review article, Scientific editing, Scientific writing

How much coffee is healthy? It depends on your age.

Study shows drinking more than 4 cups a day may be bad for people under 55 Nearly 400 million cups of coffee are consumed every day in America. Drinking large amounts of coffee may be bad for under-55s, according to

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Posted in Case report, Medical Writing, Review article, Scientific editing, Scientific writing

Ten tips for reviewing scientific manuscripts and 5 red flags

Ten tips for reviewing 1. Ensure that the subject is within your purview of expertise: Thus, if you are an interventional cardiologist, it would probably be best if you declined an opportunity to review a manuscript involving the pathogenesis of

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Posted in Editing, Impact Factor, Journal article, Journal Selection, Review article, Scientific editing, Scientific writing

Ten things you need to know about the publishing process

1. Getting a paper published is a collaboration If there is one point that I’d most like you take away from this talk, it’s that the process of getting a paper published is a collaboration among authors, reviewers and editors.

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Eight reasons why journal rejects your article

When a manuscript is submitted to a high-quality scholarly journal, it goes through intense scrutiny  — even before it’s seen by the editor-in-chief and selected for peer review. A journal editor reveals the top reasons so many manuscripts don’t make it

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