Manuscript-writing workshop for biomedical research papers
Location:University of Sydney Charles Perkins Centre
The workshop is led by Professor Amanda Salis, an NHMRC Senior Research Fellow with decades of experience in writing biomedical research papers. At this workshop she will walk participants through a step-by-step formula, backed by linguistic research, on how to write original research papers and systematic reviews for peer-reviewed biomedical journals, faster and with with more impact.
The workshop is of relevance to anyone wishing to improve his or her confidence and efficiency in writing original research articles in health and medical research (e.g. basic, clinical, epidemiology, population health, etc). As this is a hands-on practical workshop, it is best suited to those who already have a set of analysed original research results that are ready to be written up as a paper, or an early draft of an original manuscript (not a narrative review).
If you or your colleagues would like to participate in this workshop, please register as soon as you can, because the workshop tends to book out fast.
For more information about this workshop, or to register, go to https://sydney.edu.au/charles-perkins-centre/education/short-courses-and-professional-development/get-your-paper-published.html