THE BOOKS

 

Books are great to teach about biomedical research and publishing. I am currently working on a series of books called the Ultimate Researcher's Guide Series. The first two books are published on Amazon and Createspace (see below), and more will come soon!.

The author has been editor of a Vancouver group signature journal for 13 years, and served 7 years on the Vancouver group (www.icmje.org) as a personal member together with editors of journals like New England Journal of Medicine, Lancet, BMJ, JAMA, Annals of Internal Medicine etc. He is also co-founder of a company giving teaching courses in biomedical publishing. He is professor of surgery and has authored or co-authored about 700 papers and several textbooks.

Paperback
Kindle

PUBLISHED AUGUST 2016:

HOW TO WRITE A SCIENTIFIC PAPER

- advice from the editor

98 pages.

This is the first book in the series "Ultimate Researcher's Guide". This book will teach you how to write a scientific article with detailed guidance through the different parts of the article and how to build different types of articles.

There are numerous issues in biomedical publishing, and this book will explain many of these. The ultimate goal of the book is to  defuse the process of biomedical publishing - to make it easier to survive in the competitive academic world as an author of research papers in the biomedical sciences. 

 

Paperback
Kindle

PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 2016:

EDITOR'S NOTES ON BIOMEDICAL PUBLISHING

100 pages.

This is the second book in the series "Ultimate Researcher's Guide". This book will walk you through the different steps of the editorial proces and teach you how the editor will look at your submission.

The information in the book will probably increase the likelihood of getting your paper accepted for publication. Thus, it includes tips and tricks that will help you get your paper published.