Slides

Conducting Research

A literature review is a critical summary of all the published works on a particular topic. Most research papers include a section on literature review as part of the…
Original research articles constitute a major portion of academic journal publishing. These slides will help you with four important steps of writing an original…
As a researcher, you are expected to start publishing early in your career. But original research could take years to complete! This does not mean that you cannot…
Science is ever evolving, and replication studies and negative findings play a major role in helping science grow. But journals are not always open to publishing these…
The volume of publication output has exploded. You cannot rule out the possibility that your research topic has already been addressed in a recently published paper. One…
Securing funding through grant proposals is indeed a difficult and tedious process, and what is most challenging about it is making a grant proposal convincing. Even if…
Are there biases in the world of scientific publication? Indeed, one comes across biases in the publishing industry such as publication bias, time lag bias, multiple…
In Part 1 of the authorship series, we discussed criteria that will help you determine whether a particular contributor qualifies to be an author of your research paper…
What do you need to know before and while working on a clinical trial? This slide deck tells you more about the things you need to remember when preparing to publish…
Through the course of your research project, there will be several individuals who have made varied contributions. However, not all of these individuals can be…