authored by Shiri Diskin (Author)
Scientific publications have expanded at an unprecedented rate in the modern age. However, many people in the biological sciences find writing articles to be a difficult undertaking. This book seeks to serve as a practical guide to the full writing process, from project conception through internet distribution.
The book walks readers through the process of turning scientific data into a logical plot that can be easily converted into a written document. It adheres to the IMRAD framework and delves into the contents of each article section, as well as providing thorough insights into the construction of supplemental submission materials. Furthermore, the book explores article styles other than the usual full-length research article, as well as the peculiarities of articles reporting on special sorts of investigations. It provides a multitude of resources for additional reading and knowledge.
While there are many writing manuals on the market, the majority of them cover a wide variety of issues connected to scientific writing and are largely aimed at students. However, this book is most useful for recent college graduates who are already established in their employment. They no longer have the benefit of close coaching from a thesis adviser or equivalent supervision, and they may lack the experience to manage writing tasks autonomously. Dr. Diskin knows the needs of young professionals and has written this book to meet them, based on her experience training and editing their work. She addresses the reader in the second person and keeps an upbeat tone throughout.
The book not only covers the fundamentals of practical article production, but it also goes into timely subjects such as negotiating the obstacles of constant connectivity in today’s writing environment. It covers subjects such as coordinating writing responsibilities among members of a worldwide team, using various types of software throughout the writing process, and gaining access to web resources to help the writer.
This book’s intended readership includes medical professionals such as physicians, pharmacists, and nurses, as well as other young professionals in the biomedical sciences who are active in journal publication. This thorough book will provide readers with essential insights and direction to effectively convey their research findings, whether they are new to the area or want to improve their writing skills.