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Reading & Reviewing

In this course, you will learn the basic skills needed for reading, understanding, and interpreting research and evidence.

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Before You Begin Your Research

Learn how to start preparing your research study for publication.

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Journal Selection

Learn about journal/article types; IMRaD types; what journals want; metrics; drafting, revising, and editing; writing the abstract, title, and keywords.

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SLR1: Understanding Systematic Reviews

Learn how and why systematic reviews are highly impactful for clinicians, decision-makers, and policy planners.

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SLR2: Planning Systematic Reviews

Learn how to design and conduct systematic reviews that will be highly cited and influence clinical practice

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SLR3: Developing a Systematic Review Protocol

Learn how to design and conduct systematic reviews that will be highly cited and influence clinical practice

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SLR4: Performing Systematic Reviews

Learn how to design and conduct systematic reviews that will be highly cited and influence clinical practice

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SLR5: Writing & Publishing Systematic Reviews

Learn how to design and conduct systematic reviews that will be highly cited and influence clinical practice

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Ethics and Research Standards

Learn about journal/article types; IMRaD types; what journals want; metrics; drafting, revising, and editing; writing the abstract, title, and keywords.

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Introduction to Writing Research Articles

Learn the basics of preparing your manuscript for international journals.

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Writing with MYmanuscript™ step-by-step

Learn how to write a complete manuscript with the powerful, secure AuthorPath™ tool

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Research Writing

Learn the best ways to structure, outline, draft, and revise your manuscript, especially for a PhD thesis.

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Academic English Writing

Learn the foundations of professional academic English writing, especially for international peer-reviewed journals.

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Publishing and Ethics

Learn how to ethically publish your research, especially for a PhD thesis.

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Journal Submission and Peer Review

Learn about journal/article types; IMRaD types; what journals want; metrics; drafting, revising, and editing; writing the abstract, title, and keywords.

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How to Peer Review a Paper

In this special webinar, learn how to peer review articles for international research journals.

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How to Write a Peer Review Report

In this follow-up to “How To Peer Review a Paper”, learn how to write a peer review report for international research journals.

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Presenting Your Research

Learn all the basics you need to know to confidently present and discuss your research at international conferences.

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Dr. Gareth Dyke

Dr. Gareth Dyke

• PhD Palaeontology, University of Bristol
• Editor-in-Chief of Taylor & Francis journal Historical Biology
• More than 280 peer-reviewed publications including in Nature and Science

Dr. Ruth Tunn

Dr. Ruth Tunn

• PhD Pharmacology, University of Oxford;
• Postgraduate Certificate of Education, Edge Hill University
• Professional Member of the Society for Editors and Proofreaders (SfEP)

Dr. Daniel McGowan

Dr. Daniel McGowan

• PhD Molecular Neuroscience, University of Auckland
• Certified Medical Publications Professional (CMPP) and ISMPP member
• Served as Senior Scientist at the University of Cambridge, UK and as a Marie Curie Research Fellow at the Babraham Institute in Cambridge

Scott McCleary

Scott McCleary

• M.Ed, University of Southern Queensland
• Postgraduate certificate in Education Technology
• curriculum developer for 40+ organizations worldwide

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