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 » Associations of Writers, Editors and Proofreaders

American Medical Writers Association
Council of Science Editors
Editorial Freelancers Association
European Medical Writers Association
Institute of Scientific and Technical Communicators
International Committee of Medical Journal Editors
Society of Freelance Editors and Proofreaders

 » Ethics

Agreement On Authorship & Intellectual Property: Hospital Involvement in Community Action Research Study
Annals of Internal Medicine: Ethics Manual
BMJ Collected Resources on Authorship 
BMJ Collected Resources on Research and publication ethics
Committee on Publication Ethics
Committee on Publication Ethics: The COPE Report 2000
Faculty & Research: Bio & Medical Research Ethics
Guidelines for the Conduct of Research Involving Human Subjects at the National Institutes of Health
Indian Council for Medical Research: Guidelines
National Library of Medicine Ethical Issues in Research Involving Human Participants
Online Ethics Center
On-Line Science Ethics Resources 
Professional Ethics for Scientists Annotated Bibliography
Stanford University: Research Policy Handbook On Academic Authorship
Who Should Be The Authors: Guidelines for Authorship of Scientific Papers
WORLD MEDICAL ASSOCIATION DECLARATION OF HELSINKI: Ethical Principles for Medical Research Involving Human Subjects

 » General

Academic Writing in Emergency Medicine
Avoiding conflicts of interest: Responsibilities of authors, reviewers, and editors Karl Kieburtz Neurology 1998;51:1527-1528
Best Practice in Peer Review: Joint ALPSP/EASE/Academy for the Social Sciences seminar
Biomedical Journal Title Search

BMJ Collected Resources on Authorship
BMJ Collected Resources on Journalology
Peer Review, Kuhn's Legacy, Nested Processes & the Future of Quality in Online Publication
Epidemiology for the Uninitiated
Expectations, guidelines, advice, and grading
How To Write a Scientific Paper - Susan Cordova
Issues in Medical Writing
PubMed Journal Database Browser
Scientific Literature & Writing
Steering Your Paper to Press: Tips From the JGIM Editorial Team
The Physician Author--10 Traps to Avoid
The Ten Most Common Writing Mistakes: Don M. Chance
What's Right About Scientific Writing
Writing a Paper that Will Get Published
Writing About Research In English: Joan Maclean 
Writing and Speaking for Excellence
Writing Articles for Medical Journals
Writing Guidelines for Engineering and Science Students Writing in the Sciences
Your Roadmap to Better Writing for the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants 

 » Grammar and Style

American Heritage® Book of English Usage. 1996
BMJ style
Citing Electronic Resources: the Internet Public Library
Common Errors in English
The King's English: Fowler, H. W.
Garbl's Writing Resources Online
Guide to Grammar and Style By Jack Lynch
Guidelines for Writing in APA Style: William U Borst
Quiller-Couch, Sir Arthur. 1916. On the Art of Writing.
The Columbia Guide to Online Style by Janice R. Walker and Todd Taylor
The Elements of Style: William Strunk, Jr.
Writing Better

 » Guidelines

ASSERT statement: A Standard for the Scientific and Ethical Review of Trials 
CONSORT Plus Trial-Bank Reporting Guideline
International Conference on Harmonisation: ICH Guideline
MOOSE Consensus Statement Proposal
QUOROM Statement
The CONSORT statement

 »  Resources 

Becoming a (better) medical writer or editor
Books on medical writing
Communicating our work
Indispensable Writing Resources Writing-Related Internet Sites 
Instructions to Authors-contains links to Web sites that provide instructions to authors for over 3,000 journals in the health sciences
Researchpaper.com
The Science of Scientific Writing
The writing center
The Writing Web
Writing a thesis in the social Sciences
Writing FAQs
Yale Medical Library: Writing, Publishing, or Presenting Papers, Dissertations, Theses and Grant Proposals

 »  Statistics

Bayesian statistics: examples
BMJ Collected Resources on Bayesian statistics: descriptions
BMJ Collected Resources on Other Statistics and Research Methods: descriptions
BMJ Collected Resources on Qualitative Research: descriptions
BMJ Collected Resources on Qualitative Research: examples
BMJ Collected Resources on Randomized Controlled Trials: descriptions
BMJ Collected Resources on Randomized Controlled Trials: examples
BMJ Collected Resources on Systematic reviews (incl meta-analyses): descriptions
BMJ Collected Resources on Systematic reviews (incl meta-analyses): examples
Statistical Methods in Psychology Journals: Guidelines and Explanations
Statistics at Square One 
Statistics on the web
Statistics Resources on the Web: Software
Statistics software

 

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