Medical Writing Authors Neville W Goodman

Neville W Goodman


Troublesome words - Volume 26, Issue 1

Medical writing tends to contain longer, less common, words than English fiction, and they are here termed troublesome words. Troublesome words are an indicator of poor style, and often point to grammatical errors. An easy way to start improving…

Manuscript Writing - Volume 21, Issue 1

What are the most common reasons for a manuscript to be rejected (and how can they be avoided)? In their article on handling manuscript rejection, Woolley and Barron1 offer the following soothing advice: Authors, particularly inexperienced…


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