How to Publish in Biomedicine: 500 Tips for Success
Radcliffe Publishing, 2008 - 191
Getting published is crucial for success in biomedicine. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced writer, you will find this book has fresh, practical tips on everyday issues. Based on the author's renowned courses at the University of Oxford, this book answers the questions writers actually ask, in a clear, concise and easy-to-read style. It comprehensively covers: what to write; how biomedical publishing works; how to write scientific papers, abstracts, review articles and book chapters; how to write clearly, concisely and correctly; how to write efficiently and more effectively; and Internet resources. This bestselling guide is highly recommended for all professionals and students in biomedical disciplines, including doctors, PhD and post-doctorate students, lecturers and researchers in medicine, physiology, biochemistry, molecular biology and pharmacology. It is also offers vital guidance for researchers in pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies, including veterinary, agricultural and medical sectors. Professional writers and editors will also find it enlightening.
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What do you want to write?
Understanding the publishing process
Original research what can be published?
Selecting the right journal
Planning your writing
Research papers and reviews titles
Research papers abstract
Dealing with the editors and reviewers comments
Review articles and book chapters
Theses and dissertations
How to write a book
Informal science writing
Clear writing sentences
Clear writing words
Correct writing common errors of grammar and idiom
Research papers introduction
Research papers methods
Research papers results
Research papers figures
Research papers tables
Research papers photographs
Research papers discussion and conclusions
Checking your manuscript
Research papers and reviews submitting your manuscript
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