Bias is a systematic error that can lead to the wrong outcomes and conclusions. These errors can be mistakes in
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Millions of research articles are written every year in thousands of journals. Your reader deserves to know why you decided
Performing and publishing an amazing SLR can boost your career. Terrific! But how do you get started?
Follow these five tips to write a great clinical trial synopsis.
by Sumudu Narayana A clinical protocol is the framework of a trial, outlining how the trial will be conducted and
You have worked hard to plan, implement, and publish your research. Now what? How do you know what impact your
Journal requirements may vary regarding whether appropriate institutional review board approval and patient consent needs to be mentioned in the
Point-by-point responses Every reviewer comment should be numbered (if they are not already) and a clear, thorough response provided for
Ethical approval An ethical approach is necessary not only in the final stage of manuscript preparation: all research must conform
A successfully published manuscript is much more than a viable piece of research written up comprehensively. Other aspects including authorship,
A number or organizations have been established to ensure that ethical guidelines are developed and being followed in research and
The display items or illustrations of a scientific research manuscript are used to present the study results and consist of
Editors, reviewers, and other readers of your work have expectations for where they will find your information. If what they
Search engine optimization Authors are encouraged include all of the most relevant words and phrases from their manuscript in their
The abstract is a short summary of your manuscript. It is extremely important that your abstract is well prepared and sufficiently represents your paper, because the abstract is often the only part of paper that will be read.
Science is in fact a social profession. Our fellow scientists are our collaborators, our competitors, our supervisors and our reviewers,
To identify good research questions, you need to know what questions have already been asked and how other researchers have tried to answer them.
Deciding which academic articles to read can feel like an intimidating task, particularly if your research interests are in a well-established field. A keyword search in online databases such as EconLit, PsycInfo, PubMed, SCOPUS, and Web of Science may yield hundreds or even thousands of results.
Over the past decade we have witnessed astonishing breakthroughs. However with these phenomenal discoveries also come gravely serious ethical questions.
by Clement Ng, PhD In the physical sciences, and particularly fundamental research, describing the technical benefits of your study is
Keywords are an important element in the discoverability and visibility of your paper. Therefore, you should choose your keywords carefully
First to be read, last to be written: Your paper’s abstract is critical because many researchers and journal editors will read only that part.
One of the defining features of academic publishing – and the one that gives it its credibility – is peer
Careers in clinical research can be financially rewarding and offer solid stability in the job market. An Indeed.com found the average salary
Your publication record is the measure that everyone – from colleagues to funding agencies – uses to judge your quality
You’ve done your research and you (and perhaps your collaborators as well) are ready to put fingers to keyboard and
Explore key statistical considerations when you’re performing experimental studies and observational studies.
The language we use in communicating with the public should be inclusive and bias-free. This sensitivity is a key issue for research writing. Here we explore detailed points and give examples.
The scientific method dictates that research be conducted as objectively as possible. But how do you do that? Read on.
While simple, concise expression is key to communicating your research clearly, it’s also important to use language that maintains the right tone for a scientific publication that will be read by a highly accomplished audience of researchers.