How to write a paper [electronic resource]
- edited by George M. Hall.
- 5th ed.
- Chichester, West Sussex : John Wiley & Sons, 2013.
- Physical description
- 1 online resource.
- Hall, George M. (George Martin)
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- List of Contributors, vii Preface to the Fifth Edition, x Preface to the Fourth Edition, xi Chapter 1 Structure of a scientific paper, 1 George M. Hall Chapter 2 Introduction, 6 Richard Smith Chapter 3 Methods, 16 Gordon B. Drummond Chapter 4 Results, 22 Charles W. Hogue Chapter 5 Discussion, 29 George M. Hall Chapter 6 Titles, abstracts and authors, 33 Kevin W. Eva Chapter 7 Who should be an author?, 42 Richard Horton Chapter 8 References, 47 Simon Howell and Liz Neilly Chapter 9 Electronic submissions, 57 Michael Willis Chapter 10 Open access, 64 Mark Ware Chapter 11 How to write a letter, 71 Michael Doherty Chapter 12 How to prepare an abstract for a scientific meeting, 78 Robert N. Allan Chapter 13 How to write a case report, 83 Martin Neil Rossor Chapter 14 How to write a review, 89 Paul Glasziou Chapter 15 How to write a book review, 98 Mark W. Davies and Luke A. Jardine Chapter 16 The role of the manuscript assessor, 102 Domhnall MacAuley Chapter 17 The role of the editor, 115 Jennifer M. Hunter Chapter 18 What a publisher does, 124 Gavin Sharrock and Elizabeth Whelan Chapter 19 Style: what it is and why it matters, 133 Sharon Leng Chapter 20 Ethics of publication, 141 Chris Graf and Elissa Wilson Index, 151.
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- Publisher's Summary
- This concise paperback is one of the best known guides to writing apaper for publication in biomedical journals. Its straightforwardformat - a chapter covering each of part of the structuredabstract - makes it relevant and easy to use for any novicepaper writer. How to Write a Paper addresses the mechanics ofsubmission, including electronic submission, and how publishershandle papers, writing letters to journals abstracts for scientificmeetings, and assessing papers. This new edition also covers how towrite a book review and updated chapters on ethics, electronicpublication and submission, and the movement for open access.
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- Machine generated contents note: Preface to Fourth Edition Preface to Fifth Edition 1. Structure of a scientific paper George M. Hall 2. Introductions Richard Smith 3. Methods Gordon B. Drummond 4. Results Charles W. Hogue 5. Discussion George M. Hall 6. Titles, abstracts and authors Kevin W. Eva 7. Who should be an Author? Richard Horton 8. References Simon Howell and Liz Neilly 9. Electronic submissions Michael Willis 10. Open Access Mark Ware 11. How to write a letter Michael Doherty 12. How to prepare an abstract for a scientific meeting Robert N. Allan 13. How to write a case report Martin Neil Rossor 14. How to write a review Paul Glasziou 15. How to write a book review Mark W. Davies and Luke A. Jardine 16. The role of manuscript assessor Domhnall MacAuley 17. The role of editor Jennifer M. Hunter 18. What a publisher does Gavin Sharrock and Elizabeth Whelan 19. Style: what it is and why it matters Sharon Leng 20. Ethics of publication Chris Graf and Elissa Wilson Index.
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- Print version: How to write a paper 5th ed. Chichester, West Sussex : John Wiley & Sons, 2013 9780470672204 (DLC) 2012030230
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