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As the weather begins to cool and the leaves start to turn color, I am preparing my tips book, “Tips for Writing a First Draft,” for publication. This book includes helpful information and tips on writing journal articles to increase your chance of acceptance in your...read more
As the yearly meeting of 6 scientific societies, Experimental Biology is unique because it brings together a wide variety of scientists: anatomists, physiologists, molecular biologists, biochemists, cell biologists, pathologists, nutritionists and pharmacologists. As...read more
I hope you are well, enjoying 2016. I have been busy this year compiling the most important tips I use to write documents into tips pages. I am happy to announce that tips sheets on Writing Manuscripts, Writing Abstracts, Writing Posters, and Presenting Posters are...read more
On January 24, 2016, AMWA New England hosted a roundtable brunch. The topic of my roundtable was Blogging--for clients as well as my freelance business. We discussed the differences in writing for various audiences. For example, when I started writing blog posts for...read more
I had a good trip to the national meeting of the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA). In a few days I learned a lot, and I want to share some of the highlights of the meeting with you. The best thing about AMWA is the number of people I met and networked with....read more
When manuscripts are written in groups, it is typical for each author or team member to write one section. When the sections are all written, the team comes together to read and make the manuscript into one voice. While this is one way to write manuscripts in groups,...read more