1. Writing and Publication in Nursing, Midwifery and the Allied Health Professions 2. Getting Started 3. The Writing Process 4. The Winning Habits of Successful Authors 5. Producing a Work 6. Troubleshooting 7. Promoting your Work 8. Author Rights and Responsibilities 9. Postscript
Effective Writing for Health Professionals: A Practial Guide to Getting Published / Edition 1by Megan-Jane Johnstone
Pub. Date: 04/08/2004
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Writing well is an essential professional skill and writing to publish is an important aspect of professional development. But how do you get
Health professionals are increasingly expected to conduct and publish their research, apply for grants, write newsletters, liaise with the media, present conference papers and contribute articles to professional journals.
Writing well is an essential professional skill and writing to publish is an important aspect of professional development. But how do you get published? Where do you start? How do you know if your writing is good enough and what can you learn to make it better?
Effective Writing for Health Professionals is an invaluable insider's guide to publishing within the health profession,
providing handy tips on:
· Getting started
· The writing process
· Winning habits of successful authors
· Promoting your work
· Author rights and responsibilities
Many would-be writers - students, administrators, clinicians, managers and academics alike - are often intimidated at the thought of writing. This book will help to overcome this writing block and introduce aspiring authors to the world of writing and publishing in a professional capacity.
Written by a best-selling academic author, Effective Writing for Health
Professionals provides insights and strategies for publishing designed for nurses, midwives and health professionals.
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