This manual includes overviews of topics such as informed consent, confidentiality, and financial conflicts of interest, as well as discussing research ethics committees and providing guidance for strengthening them.
Openly accessible guide by medical epidemiologist Steve Luby and scientific writing specialist Dorothy Southern. 115 pages. Based on experience teaching public health scientists in Pakistan and Bangladesh. Also largely applicable to scientific writing in other disciplines.
Provides step-by-step guidance in preparing systematic review articles. Authors: Mark Petticrew and Helen Roberts.
An introductory guide to research ethics. From the InterAcademy Partnership. Available online as a PDF file.
IntroSTAT assumes that students have a basic understanding of differentiation and
integration. The book was designed to meet the needs of students, primarily those in
business, commerce and management, for a course in applied statistics.
Guidance on collaborating in research and publication.
"The Introduction", "A Process for Preparing a Manuscript", and "Developing Discipline-Specific English Skills".
New (2012) edition of book. From the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA). Editors: Anthony Youdeowei, Paul Stapleton, and Rodger Obubo. Suitable for use by both researchers and trainers.