Learn how to write scientific articles

Producing scientific research is demanding, but at the same time truly stimulating and rewarding. Beyond other necessary and exacting steps in the publication process, such as planning your study design, data collection and analysis, the ultimate task of a researcher is to finally publish his/her data, since an unpublished paper can be considered to correspond to a work not done. Publishing your work in scientific journals needs considerable effort, but also provides several benefits, including the possibility to have a stimulating academic career or other attractive job positions, and to increase your exposure within the scientific community. Moreover, publishing is a virtuous cycle: the more you publish, the more you will publish, as opinion leaders are frequently invited to publish original or review articles in prestigious journals, as well as to take part in groundbreaking clinical trials.

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