UTOPIAN Writing for publication workshop

Jun 8, 2018

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8:00am–4:00pm

Details

The workshop is organized by UTOPIAN and will be held on Friday, June 8, 2018 at Department of Family & Community Medicine.

The session will be led by Drs. Frank Sullivan & Nick Pimlott and will consists of two parts; you can choose to attend morning only or the whole day.

The morning session is aimed at presenting main characteristics of an article which is likely to be accepted by a journal, making informed decisions on time management and journal choice, setting a ‘writer’s brief’ by making decisions in five key areas, using brain-storming techniques to expand this brief, understanding the structure of each of the four main sections of a standard journal article, constructing a plan for each section and understand the advantages and pitfalls of internal reviewing.

The afternoon session of the workshop will be a hands-on, tutor-led session consisting of actual writing of your own paper with target of completing 80-90% of it.

Given the focus of the workshop, it would be most beneficial to attend if you have study results you want to write up or any other more substantial idea for a paper/other piece so that this is as practical as possible. 

If you are interested in attending, please apply by e-mailing olga.serebrennik@nygh.on.ca as soon as possible.

Research

Location

Department of Family and Community Medicine
500 University Ave
Toronto
M5G 1V7

Contact

Olga Serebrennik
2018-06-08 12:00:00 2018-06-08 20:00:00 UTC UTOPIAN Writing for publication workshop The workshop is organized by UTOPIAN and will be held on Friday, June 8, 2018 at Department of Family & Community Medicine. The session will be led by Drs. Frank Sullivan & Nick Pimlott and will consists of two parts; you can choose to attend morning only or the whole day. The morning session is aimed at presenting main characteristics of an article which is likely to be accepted by a journal, making informed decisions on time management and journal choice, setting a ‘writer’s brief’ by making decisions in five key areas, using brain-storming techniques to expand this brief, understanding the structure of each of the four main sections of a standard journal article, constructing a plan for each section and understand the advantages and pitfalls of internal reviewing. The afternoon session of the workshop will be a hands-on, tutor-led session consisting of actual writing of your own paper with target of completing 80-90% of it. Given the focus of the workshop, it would be most beneficial to attend if you have study results you want to write up or any other more substantial idea for a paper/other piece so that this is as practical as possible.  If you are interested in attending, please apply by e-mailing olga.serebrennik@nygh.on.ca as soon as possible. 500 University Ave - Department of Family and Community Medicine olga.serebrennik@nygh.on.ca
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