How to Write a Paper
George M. Hall
John Wiley & Sons, Aug 31, 2011 - Medical - 168 pages
This bestselling guide provides clear instructions on getting published in biomedical journals. Now in its fourth edition, "How to Write a Paper" has been fully revised and updated to include all aspects on writing each section of a structured paper incorporating the latest information on open access, electronic publication and submission.
Written by editors of leading medical journals as well as publishing experts, this guide is relevant and easy to use for any novice writer wanting to publish in journals.
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