The smart way to write and publish a paper
For nearly 20 years I ran many hundreds of short courses on how to write scientific papers. One of the things that kept striking me was how so many otherwise capable doctors and scientists were finding the task so difficult.
The process can, and should be, straighforward.
This book aims to:
- demystify the writing and publication process,
- guide writers logically from first idea through planning, writing and rewriting to submission
- provide tips on managing time, colleagues, supervisors and editors,
- establish a definition of a 'good paper' that can be measured objectively,
- give confidence
The book is now in its fourth edition.