Presentation on basics of writing review articles.
Syllabus and main slides from a 3-week course at Texas A&M University.
Provides step-by-step guidance in preparing systematic review articles. Authors: Mark Petticrew and Helen Roberts.
Syllabus for 3-week intensive course given at Texas A&M University in summer 2013.
These are the main slides from a 3-week intensive course given at Texas A&M University in summer 2013. The course focused mainly on writing journal articles but also addressed other topics, such as preparing oral presentations, poster presentations, and grant proposals. For efficiency in downloading and reading, the slides are provided here as a PDF handout. Instructors wanting the PowerPoint versions of the slides to use in teaching can obtain copies by contacting Barbara Gastel at email@example.com.
Advice from an advanced graduate student who wrote a review article for a journal. From ASBMB Today, the magazine of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
Main slides from third week of 3-week intensive course given at Texas A&M University in summer 2012. Major topics include preparing curricula vitae (CVs), preparing grant proposals and progress reports, writing review articles, writing book chapters and books, being a peer reviewer, and presenting specialized information to the public. There also is train-the-trainer material on basics of teaching technique.
Short presentation providing main points to remember about writing and publishing review articles and case reports. To keep the file small, photos have been deleted. From the IADSR International Conference 2012, "Fundamentals of Conducting & Reporting Research", Lahore, Pakistan, 27-29 April 2012.
Main slides from a presentation at the Workshop on Medical Writing and Publication, Bangladesh Society of Medicine, December 2011. Discusses writing review articles, editorials, letters to the editor, and essays.
PowerPoint presentation from Intensive Course in Research Writing, held 27 June through 15 July 2011 at Texas A&M University. Session included a guest segment on verb-tense sequencing and brief presentations on resubmitting grant proposals, preparing progress reports, and preparing review articles. To make the file small enough to download rapidly, pictures were omitted from the version posted. Including discussion and a break, the session ran about 3 hours.