A practical course that helps participants write - and publish
This course has helped thousands of doctors, scientists and academics to get papers published in the journals of their choice.
It is highly practical. Participants come with data (or an idea) for a paper, and we then guide them through the planning, writing and submitting processes in easy stages. At the end of the course they have a clear concept of their paper, plus a draft introduction and a plan for finishing the task.
Specific skills they learn include:
- applying simple marketing techniques to increase the chances of a submitted paper being looked at favourably,
- making the most of scarce time by writing for 10 minutes a day,
- using ‘evidence-based writing’ to increase the chances of publication and also to resolve disputes with others
Over the years many participants have written to us of their successes. For instance: ‘I submitted my paper a few months after attending your course. Two days ago it was accepted for publication. Not bad for a first try!’ Another wrote: ‘I came on your course with an article that had been rejected by the BMJ. I rewrote it and it was accepted by The Lancet'.