What will you learn?
1. An overview to the world of research writing
2. What constitutes ‘good’ clinical research
3. The benefits of conducting scientific research
4. Various advantages of getting your work published
The very best of your research can fall short of getting published if it is not written well. Even the most talented researchers struggle to organize their findings in a well-articulated, masterfully written manuscript.
In this course, you will learn the advantages of doing good scientific research and understand the various steps involved in getting published. Among other important tips, the course outlines the various benefits of doing good clinical research such as enhancing literature, influencing policy making, obtaining grants and funding and getting fame and recognition via your research activities. You will also see glimpses of the instructor's journey from being a medical student to a researcher that will make you realize that doing research can be much easier than you think.
What topics will you cover?
Lecture 1: A quick introduction to the course
Lecture 2: Introduction to research writing
Lecture 3: Why do research, what's in it for me?
Lecture 4: Experiences from my journey