I am on twitter. I follow another account, @AcademicsSay. Recently, there was a post by @AcademicsSay ….
As of my writing, there are over 1,100 likes and 3,100 retweets on this post.
I read through the replies to the post and saw many academics commiserating with this statement.
This got me thinking… A lot of people struggle with making time for their writing.
Let’s get you back on track with your writing and make it a productive summer:
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In the last few months, a variety of new and updated resources on scientific publication were released. Some of the resources are geared more toward authors and researchers, while others will be most useful for medical writers and publication planners. Here they are, in no particular order:
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Whether you are a veteran researcher or just beginning your academic career, you are probably familiar with the concept of peer review. In an ideal world, peer reviewers would politely request changes and suggest changes that would significantly improve your publications. In reality, peer review can be rude and unproductive. Here are some suggestions to improve both sides of the peer review conversation.
Continue reading Peer review: who, why, and how