Publishing manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals, such as Hospital Pediatrics, is critical for both the academic development of practitioners in pediatric hospital medicine and the scientific advancement of our field. Understanding the purpose of scientific writing and developing a structured approach to the writing process is essential. Doing so will improve the clarity of your work and likely the ease at which your research is published and disseminated throughout the scientific community. The purposes of this article are to detail the structure of a scientific manuscript, to highlight specific writing strategies, and to provide writing tips that may help or hinder publication. Our ultimate goal is to advance the field of pediatric hospital medicine and its growing membership by promoting the dissemination of high-quality research.
A Practical Guide to Manuscript Writing With Particular Relevance to the Field of Pediatric Hospital Medicine
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE: The authors have indicated they have no financial relationships relevant to this article to disclose.
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Ronald J. Teufel, Anne L. Andrews, Derek J. Williams; A Practical Guide to Manuscript Writing With Particular Relevance to the Field of Pediatric Hospital Medicine. Hosp Pediatr November 2014; 4 (6): 393–399. https://doi.org/10.1542/hpeds.2014-0056
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