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Writing to publish, according to regulatory guidelines for drug submissions or reporting guidelines for randomized controlled trials, meta-analyses, or systematic reviews, were the hot topics of a series of workshops held recently in Taiwan.
Graduate students of Hiroshima University had the unique opportunity to discuss ethical dilemmas in research, work on activities to improve their writing, and learn how to perform a thorough review in this full-day Editage workshop.
Core issues related to preparing a paper for publication were presented in 2-hour sessions in Beijing, China on September 1 and 2. The main elements focused on the topic of organization and common errors.
To further develop the relationship between Editage and Inha Universtiy, Korea, a session on how to write reasearch in English was provided. This session focused on the topics of orgainization and common errors.
In a continuing relationship, Kyunghee University, Korea has hosted a number of sessions with Editage on research writing. In this 2-day (2x full-day session) event, 2 groups of graduate students participated to learn more about paper organization, writing ethics to avoid plagiarism, and common errors.
This write-up has been authored by the trainer, Gui Su. Through this write up, she summarizes the key takeaways of the 1 hour session targeted at Chinese physicians. The focus of this session was on improving journal papers.
This write up summarizes the key learnings from the full day workshop on Writing to Publish. Aside from writing tips, plagiarism, ethics, and data management are the key concepts discussed.
The workshop on “Preparing for Publication” conducted by Editage Korea on April 8, 2014 to professors at Chungang University in Seoul, Korea was a clear success. The focus of the workshop was to provide some tips for avoiding key mistakes (or missteps) common in writing in Korea.
This was a practical half-day workshop held on January 22, 2014 and covered important aspects of publication planning. Dr. Wager spoke about the different elements of a successful publication strategy and publication types.
Tips from the Editage workshops led Dr. Elizabeth Wager in Japan
In January 2014, Editage organized a series of workshops for researchers and journal editors at various locations in Japan and Korea. The workshops were conducted by experienced editor, medical writer, publications consultant, and trainer--Dr. Elizabeth Wager. These workshops were attended by over 300 researchers and journal editors. This was part of the workshop series in Japan. These workshops were organized by Editage in collaboration with Elsevierand were held at Kyoto University, Osaka University, Keio University, and the University of Tokyo, Japan. Editage also collaborated with Uni Bio Press and and JST (Japan Science and Technology) on this topic for workshops in Tokyo and Kyoto
This was part of the workshop series in Korea held at Yonsei University. This workshop was divided into two parts. In the first part, Dr. Wager advised researchers on publication planning. She took them through different parts of a research manuscript and discussed common writing mistakes. In the second part, Dr. Wager focused on the peer review process, different peer review systems, understanding journal expectations and factors to consider when identifying a journal.
In January 2014, Editage organized a series of workshops for researchers and journal editors at various locations in Japan and Korea. This workshop series was led by Dr. Elizabeth Wager. Dr. Wager spoke about understanding peer review to help researchers increase their chances of acceptance.
This workshop was led by Dr. Elizabeth Wager and was organized by Editage for the journal editors of the journals that belong to KAMJE (Korean Association of Medical Journal Editors).
Editage conducted a workshop on “Writing and Presenting Research” on the 25th and 26th of November 2013 at Istanbul Technical University (ITU). This workshop aimed to illustrate some of the best practices that could be observed in order to write an effective research manuscript or make a persuasive presentation.