Writing A Medical Journal Article – Infographic: How to Write Better Research Papers Tips for Writing Research Papers By Natalia Rodriguez Posted in 2015 May 15
Submitting results to a scientific journal is a common process for scientists in all disciplines. However, many research papers fail to effectively communicate the research work. Pitfalls include using complicated jargon, including unnecessary details, and writing for the most specialized colleagues rather than a general audience.
Writing A Medical Journal Article
Effective research papers are interesting and useful to a wide audience, including researchers from other fields. This infographic provides tips to help you write articles that people want to read.
Formatting A Research Paper
Natalia Rodriguez (@rodrigueznats) is the communications coordinator for Research4Life, a public-private partnership that provides access to scientific information for researchers, academics, students, doctors and other professionals in the developing world. Natalija holds a BA in Biology and an MA in Science Communication from Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. Before joining Research 4 Life, she worked in the global communications department in Amsterdam.
Currently living in Bremen, Germany, Natalija works as a freelance creative worker in various organizations, looking for innovative ways to communicate science and development.
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