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Volume 23, Issue 1 - Software for Medical Writers

Manuscript Writing

Abstract

New medical writers and medical writing students are often unsure how to start writing a manuscript and need help in organizing their thoughts. This is the third in a series of articles that explain how to link the sections and the information within them together, what I call ‘manuscript flow’. The first two articles in this series covered the Introduction1 and the Methods.2

References

  1. Leventhal PS. A guideline for manuscript flow. Part 1 – the introduction. Med Writing 2013;22(1):59–60.
  2. Leventhal PS. A guideline for manuscript flow. Part 1 – the methods. Med Writing 2013;22(4):306–8.
  3. Leventhal PS. Guidelines for manuscript writing: here to help. Med Writing 2012;21(2):164–8.
  4. International Committee of Medical Journal Editors. Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing, and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals: Publishing and Editorial Issues Related to Publication in Medical Journals: Preparing a Manuscript for Submission to a Medical Journal. [Accessed 2013 Dec 6]. Available from: http://www.icmje.org/manuscript_a.html
  5. Moher D, Hopewell S, Schulz KF, Montori V, Gøtzsche PC, Devereaux PJ, et al. CONSORT 2010 explanation and elaboration: updated guidelines for reporting parallel group randomised trials. BMJ 2010;340:c869.

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In this issue of Medical Writing
Message from the President
EMWA social media team
News from the EMA
Taming Microsoft Word®
The secrets of Microsoft Word®. Part I – ‘Find and Replace’ and en-dashes
Organising the review process in Microsoft Word®
Document templates for medical writers
Getting more out of PowerPoint®
Consolidated data analysis and presentation using an open-source add-in for the Microsoft Excel® spreadsheet software
Datavision™ – What do medical writers need to know?
Software for translators
Graphing software for medical writers
A medical writer's must-have software
Zotero: A free and open-source reference manager
Origin and development of English for Medical Purposes. Part I: Research on written medical discourse
Profile: An interview with Karina Ruth Tabacinic on some fundamental concerns of medical translation
A first-timer's perspective on the 2013 EMWA conference in Barcelona
English Grammar and Style
Regulatory Writing
The Webscout
Medical Communications
In the Bookstores
Manuscript Writing
Out On Our Own

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