American Medical Association manual of style
Williams & Wilkins, 1989 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 377 pages
Everything from manuscript preparation to detailed guidelines on sexist language is explained in this one book. The newest edition of this well-respected reference contains all the necessary information for authors & editors in the medical field. New sections include SI units & conversion tables, a glossary of printing & production terms, & a resource for on-line databases. This edition covers all aspects of manuscript publication, nomenclature, format, abbreviations, copy-right regulations, printing & publishing terms, peer review, grammar, & plagiarism.
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