Very few doctors and scientists receive any sort of systematic training in publishing, editing, and reviewing scholarly articles, despite the central importance of that work for scientific research and for their careers. Medical and Scientific Publishing will help fill the gap and help readers to: Understand processes of scientific and medical publishing Understand the role of an academic in medical publishing Become a better scientific communicator Develop skills to effectively serve as the editor of a medical journal Medical and Scientific Publishing is based on a successful course at the University of Michigan Medical School for third and fourth year medical students. The course teaches students not just how to write scientific and medical articles, but addresses key issues surrounding copyright, ethics, open access and much more. Students will build a strong foundation on how to do peer review and how to be authors and editors which are important skills in building a professional career.
- Covers a full range of essential information - explanation of publishing licenses, copyright and permissions, how to do peer review, how to write effectively, how journal publishing works, and much more
- Emphasizes rigor, quality, and scientific integrity in writing, editing, and publishing
- Focuses on authorship and editorial skills by experienced authors and publishers
Please Note: This is an On Demand product, delivery may take up to 11 working days after payment has been received.
1. Teaching Publishing in Medical Education
Publishing and Editing 2. Open Access Journal Publishing 3. Society publishing 4. Library publishing 5. Combining Medicine and Writing
My journey to becoming an editor 6. The Journal Team: Editors and publishers working together 7. Peer review
How to assign reviewers, how to review papers 8. Pursuing Scholarship: Educating faculty and students on how to publish their academic work
Writing 9. Writing for Impact: How to prepare a journal article 10. Writing for Success 11. How to Write a Book Chapter: Skip the history, the histrionics, and the howevers 12. A Case for Case Studies 13. Threats to Experimental Hygiene 14. A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: The benefit of medical illustration in medical publishing 15. My Journey to Becoming an Author 16. Writing for Fun and Profit
an author's longitudinal study
Legal and Ethical Issues 17. Rights and Publishing Contracts: What authors need to know 18. Publication Ethics in Medical Publishing 19. Publishing Ethics: An interview with the founders of Retraction Watch
Expanding Access and Increasing Impact 20. The Digital Age of Academic Medicine: The role of social media 21. Caring Through Conversation: Communication in healthcare 22. Measuring Impact 23. Government Funded Research and Publishing 24. Data sharing 25. Open Educational Resources in the Health Sciences
Case Study: Michigan Journal of Medicine 26. From Concept to Publication: Laying the groundwork for a student-run medical journal 27. Michigan Journal of Medicine as a Learning Tool: Establishing a student-run journal and editorial team 28. Michigan Journal of Medicine as a Learning Tool: Perspectives from the editor-in-chief 29. Applying Design Thinking to the Design of an Online Electronic Journal
As Publishing Officer in UM's Health Information Technology and Services, Dr. Markovac is responsible for development and execution of health-related publishing initiatives. She is involved with portfolio development, assessment and analysis of key current and emerging markets for educational, clinical, and research content. She has over 20 years of experience in commercial publishing. Dr. Markovac is Chair, FASEB Publications & Communications Committee and Chair, Career Mentoring and Networking Sub-committee for the Society for Neuroscience.
Ms. Kleinman is a Ph.D. Candidate in Higher Education at the University of Michigan, as well as a former copyright librarian and workshop instructor on copyright, open access, and Creative Commons. She studies higher education policy, access to information, and faculty experience with technology. Her dissertation is a study of the first generation of faculty to teach Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).
Dr Englesbe is involved in undergraduate, medical student, and surgeon education. He is the director of the 3rd and 4th year medical student curriculum at the University of Michigan Medical School. He directs the Academic Surgery Development Program at Michigan, enabling students and trainees do impactful work in surgery. He is a transplant surgeon focusing on pediatric and adult liver transplantation. His research interests involve practice transformation, focusing on perioperative care. He directs the Michigan Surgical Quality Collaborative and the Michigan Opioid Prescribing and Engagement Program. His passion is enabling young surgeons to development inpact-focused professional careers.