What the doctor ordered: an interactive Edanz writing workshop

What the doctor ordered: an interactive Edanz writing workshop

English
Location: 
Tsukuba
Japan

On 14 June 2015, Dr Trevor Lane (Education Director and Senior Publishing Consultant) was invited to give a two-hour writing workshop for primary care physicians attending the Sixth Annual Japan Primary Care Association Conference in Tsukuba, Japan.

At the organizer's request, the workshop provided advanced tips on preparing clear, concise, and complete clinical research papers for submission to international medical journals. Common language, statistical, and illustration errors were highlighted, and advice was offered on how best to reply to common peer reviewer criticisms of manuscripts. The 35 participants had the opportunity to practice finding and correcting presentation errors in the class activity and feedback sessions.

Throughout the workshop, Dr Lane shared practical knowledge of accurately editing and proofreading manuscripts, so as to minimize the chances of journal rejection. Using his 20 years of experience helping authors to publish their research, he answered audience questions about research design, sample size calculations, clinical trial registration, patient consent, and ethics declarations.

The organizer thanked Edanz for conducting the workshop and welcomed the ongoing collaboration with Edanz as the preferred provider of research communication workshops for future events of the Japan Primary Care Association.

 

Edanz Group provides tools, resources, and services for researchers and research institutions to publish in international indexed journals and communicate their research to the world. In addition to publication support, editing, and news writing, Edanz offers a range of educational services from trained native-speaking instructors to help all levels of researchers throughout their careers.

Please email global@edanzgroup.com for more information or to request an online or face-to-face lecture, interactive workshop, or individual/small-group consultation.