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Volume 22, Issue 4 - Good Pharma

Manuscript Writing

Abstract

New medical writers and medical writing students are often unsure how to start writing a manuscript and need help organising their thoughts. How to link the sections and information within them is what I call ‘manuscript flow’. This article is the second in a series on the flow of information in a manuscript.

References

  1. Leventhal PS. A guideline for manuscript flow. Part 1 – The introduction. Med Writing 2013;22(1):59–60.
  2. Leventhal PS. What are the most common reasons for a manuscript to be rejected (and how can they be avoided)? Med Writing 2012;21(1):66–8.
  3. Leventhal PS. Guidelines for manuscript writing: here to help. Med Writing 2012;21(2):164–8.

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