When writing, it is important to have a clear idea of what you want to say as well as who your intended audience is. These resources discuss some of the things to keep in mind to make sure you get your point across clearly and concisely.
The Writing Center at UNC at Chapel Hill has a number of short guides available on a wide range of topics about writing
The Health Sciences Writing Centre at the The University of Toronto provides a wide range of information for researchers including writing Abstracts,creating Posters, preparing for an Oral Presentation as well as tips on writing style, verb tense, tone, etc.
Note: To access the full-text on a topic, select either the PDF or HTML link to the right of the topic name in the table of contents.
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University of Wisconsin-Madison Writing Center
Some language resources for writers who are not native English speakers and would like a little extra help or practice.
Thank you, Iris Kovar-Gough and Abraham Wheeler, MSU Health Sciences Librarians, for granting us permission to adapt your guide!
MSU Libraries’ Health Sciences Group. “Writing in the Medical Sciences.” Michigan State University Libraries. Michigan State University. N.d. Web.