Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 17463
  Title Writing for the peer-reviewed biomedical literature: Part II. The how and the when
URL http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1016/j.clch.2004.02.002
Journal Clin Chiropr. 2004 Jun;7(2):90-99
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Abstract/Notes Within the chiropractic literature, there is under-representation of clinical observation, small-scale trials and pilot studies. This can have an adverse effect in framing the research questions of larger projects. It can also lead to a diminution in the perceived significance of such research by clinicians. In many countries, graduate education programmes are seeking to redress this balance by including training in writing for biomedical journals. Continuing professional development portfolios are also increasingly recognising the importance of such work, both to the professional and to the profession. This two-part article seeks to outline the reasons why clinical papers are important and offer advice as to the best way in which to translate clinical observation and deduction into a publishable format. This second part deals with the technical aspects of creating a journal submission and the increasingly diverse formats in which submission can be made. Again, emphasis is placed on the formats most appropriate to practicing chiropractors working in a clinical setting.

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