What I learnt about writing from Michael O'Donnell, editor of World Medicine
Hiring people you enjoy having lunch with and give your writers space to make mistakes are two of the lessons I learnt when working as deputy to Michael O'Donnell on the magazine World Medicine.
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'Beautifully written ... a rare good autobiography'
Talks now available: topics include the rise of the baby boomers and memories of a country newspaper 50 years ago. Click for details
Winning the publications game: the groundbreaking book on writing scientific papers.