Taylor has made all of the errors that frustrate fellow clinician-writers.
Over the years, he has jumbled spelling, mixed metaphors, gotten lost in his own outline, written on unimportant topics, and submitted to inappropriate journals. But along the way, he has successfully published 18 medical books and several hundred papers. Taylor wrote this book to share what he has learneda?? The purpose of this book is to show clinicians how to translate observations and ideas from their practices into written form and eventually into print. To achieve this, Dr. Taylor highlights four goals for the clinician-writer.
Clinicians seeking publication must: Understand more about the art of medical writing, including motivation, conceptualization, mechanics, and frustrations. Discover how to write for the different models found in the medical literature, including review articles, case reports, editorials, research papers, book chapters, and more.
Learn how to get a manuscript published. Recognize that writing can be fun.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Lists with This Book. Adam Heath marked it as to-read Jun 30, One is a qualified librarian. Nearly all are trained in some aspect of pharmaceutics, though they cover a wide range of topics. From Page One to the End.
Taylor attempts to follow the time-honored principle of supporting theory with examples, some from actual published materials and some created to help the reader understand key principles. Who am I that I can make this assertion and write this book, both fairly presumptuous?
As a practicing physician, writing has been my avocation; unlike the authors of many other writing books, I am not a journal editor. Over 14 years in private practice and 26 years in a- demic medicine, I have written all the major models described in this book: Most have been published.
Perhaps my most signi? In my opinion, what is more important for you, the reader, is that I have made all the errors. From Page One to the End.
Technical Issues in Medical Writing. J Med Libr Assoc. Reviewed by Elizabeth H.
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This book teaches what clinicians need to know about medical writing and publishing. It is for the physician, physician assistant, or nurse practitioner who sees. If you are a clinician and want to write articles for journals but don't have a clue as to how to start, your quest for guidance stops here! Reading this book is like.
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