The current issue of The Write Stuff (available as open access here) — the journal of the European Medical Writers Association — is all about the complex writing process for medical journals. A sample from the table of contents:
- A contribution to the authorship debate: Can we trust definitions and declarations?
- Authorship ethics in Asian cultures
- Whose citations are they?
Add that to the summer reading list (below)!
Thanks to Mary Ellen Kearens on the TESOL Second-Language Writing IS listserv for this reference.
Author: Nigel Caplan
Nigel Caplan, Ph.D., is an associate professor at the University of Delaware English Language Institution, as well as a textbook author, consultant, and speaker. Nigel holds a PhD from the University of Delaware, a master's in TESOL from the University of Pennsylvania, and a bachelor's degree from Cambridge University. He is currently director of Project DELITE, a federal grant providing ESL certification to Delaware teachers. He also brews beer.
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3 thoughts on “Authors and authorship (and citation and plagiarism) in medical writing”
I will definitely save this recommendation for (a) summer.
Thanks for posting it!
It sounds interesting, doesn’t it? let me know what you think after you read it, Fernanda.
Appreeciate this blog post