15151 - How editors like their papers Marcus Mllner Associate editor BMJ Department of Emergency Medicine University of Vienna Some simple points

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How editors like  their papers Marcus Müllner Associate editor  BMJ Department of Emergency Medicine University of Vienna
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Have the right question Have a suitable method to answer it Interpret your findings adequately Find the right journal Consult the journal’s guidelines   Some simple points
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Don’t select it because of its impact  factor Don’t select it because of its “reputation” Select it because of the audience Who will be interested in your paper? Doctors - all or a particular group Researcher Policy makers Public Find the right journal
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General points: Journal categories Length Format References Specific points: Conflict of Interest CONSORT QUOROM Consult the journal’s guidelines
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Short IMRAD Clearly written and presented Complete  Try to avoid “silly” errors The ideal paper - a personal view
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course PHARM 290 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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15151 - How editors like their papers Marcus Mllner Associate editor BMJ Department of Emergency Medicine University of Vienna Some simple points

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