Guidebook to Better Medical Writing

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Robert L. Iles, 2003 - Medical - 196 pages
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"A plain-language, step-by-step guide to writing particles for medical journals and medical books. Examples, checklists, tips, techniques and advice."

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User Review  - bluepigeon - LibraryThing

What a gem! Iles is a great writer (I am tempted to read his mystery books); his language is clean and crisp, and his insights into writing are not just for medical writing, or science writing, but ... Read full review

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User Review  - dvulcano - LibraryThing

Good fundamentals. A bit dated though (talks about mailing in photographs with your typed draft, also advice on patient privacy is pre-HIPAA). Very good and concise reminder or basic rules of punctuation and the basics of words, sentences and paragraphs. Offers good outlines as well. Read full review

Contents

How to Choose Better Words
10
How to Write Better Sentences
23
How to Write Better Paragraphs
37
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Iles was a ghostwriter, editor, and co-author of articles in medical journals and books before turning to mystery writing.

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