Peer reviewed medical journals are important media for the publication of articles relevant to Primary Health Care and General Practice/Family Medicine, such as research papers, reviews of literature, clinical lessons, and opinion papers. They are the means to disseminate original research results and educational information, discuss available evidence and share experiences. However, many colleagues find writing and submitting a scientific paper a challenge.
Aim & Audience
In this workshop, we aim at providing participants with information about preparing manuscripts for medical journals. Our intended audience are authors interested in research or medical writing, who have little or no previous experience in publishing.
The workshop has the format of a highly interactive session. It focuses on the preparation and submission of research papers. Topics discussed are the basic structure, language and presentation of research papers, as well as common errors and how to prevent them. We also discuss how you could write an appropriate Cover Letter. In addition, the peer review process is discussed.
Participants will have expanded their knowledge and will have received practical advice ("tips & tricks") on how to prepare a manuscript for publication in a peer-reviewed medical journal.
If you have any suggestions or concrete proposals for pre-conference workshops for future meetings, please send them to the EGPRN Office