A Surgeon's Guide to Writing and Publishing
Moshe Schein, J. Farndon, Abe Fingerhut
tfm Pub., 2001 - Medical - 288 pages
Most 'How to write/publish' books are aimed at the scientific community and medical professionals as a whole. To date none has ever been dedicated to surgeons alone. This book is aimed specifically at surgeons who wish to have their work, observations, novel ideas to be published, but do not know the route leading to successful publication in the various leading and reputable journals. Each chapter (21 in total) will attempt to guide the budding writer, using simple and brief language and taking examples from daily life.
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