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Many writers focus on scientific writing based on original research, but overlook other interesting categories that offer good potential for publishing. These alternative categories can help aspiring and experienced writers to not only increase their publications but also save the time required to get published.
Lucid, specific, and practical, this book is aimed at encouraging scientific and medical writers to get published by doing minimal to no data collection. It includes easy-to-follow templates of various publication categories and clear-cut directions on developing these templates into effective manuscripts. The author explains the challenges of publishing research related to extensive data gathering and emphasizes the importance of delving into other equally rewarding ways to become an efficient writer in the sciences. This is a step-by-step guide to conceptualizing and developing letters to the editor, case reports, case series, narrative essays, perspectives, systematic literature review articles, as well as images, photographs, poems, artworks, book chapters, and books. Whether you are submitting your work to scientific journals or contributing to review volumes, this book paves a definite path to enhancing your writing skills, increasing the quality and quantity of your publications, and becoming a successful writer.