The aim of this course is to help publishing scientists develop a more impartial, analytical view of scientific writing, to better understand their readership, and to make them more efficient writers and editors.
Mid-career scientists; postdocs and 3/4 year predocs
This workshop takes an important qualitative step beyond ‘HOW to do scientific writing’, and provokes publishing scientists to ask ‘WHY do I write it like this?’. This new perspective will inspire publishing scientists to become more effective, more autonomous, and more productive science communicators.
Before the course the trainer will send some reading material and a preparatory task based on a published paper from the participant’s field.
This course is for postdocs and 3rd & 4th year predocs - please indicate how you meet this criteria in the registration form.
For any issue regarding attendance before or during the course, please note that you should contact the Intervals team directly by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Gavin Lucas is a biomedical scientist with more than 13 years of experience in research and scientific publishing, and 14 years of experience as an author’s editor, consultant and trainer.