Writing the first draft - preliminaty consideration

Sholapurkar, Amar A. (2011) Writing the first draft - preliminaty consideration. In: Sholapurkar, Amar A., (ed.) Publish and flourish – a practical guide for effective scientific writing. Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, New Delhi, pp. 25-26.

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[Extract] Once you have finished the stage where you have prepared a rough format of the paper (you have decided on the authorship, determined the journal requirements, composed the working title and abstract, organized the paper in a proper manner, collected material, designed the tables and illustrations, and finally dealt with copyright) your manuscript is well on the road for publication. Now you need to write the text which would be quite easy if you have prepared thoroughly. Writing the first draft will require several hours and will depend on the length of manuscript. 1his is a crucial time where you need to settle down in a place which will allow your remain undisturbed. Think of the article as a unit; write the first draft continuously from the beginning to end. If you know what you have to write, the article will flow best and be most coherent if it is written with one swing from the beginning to end.

Item ID: 40239
Item Type: Book Chapter (Teaching Material)
ISBN: 978-93-5025-346-5
Keywords: amar.sholapurkar@jcu.edu.au
Date Deposited: 31 Aug 2015 23:58
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