Writing and presenting a research report
A research report should follow a set format. This includes an introduction, a review of the literature and a presentation of methods and results, followed by discussion, conclusions and any recommendations. The writer also prepares an abstract. The language should be clear and concise and avoid any unnecessary jargon. Any tables or graphs should be simple and informative. The writing process will include the production of a first draft, which the writer then thoroughly edits. The author will find it useful to leave the report for a few days at this stage before a final editing process.
Publication Name: Nursing Times
Co-winner of the 1991 Dwight J. Ingle Memorial Writing Award
David A. Hyman was named co-winner of the 1991 Dwight J. Ingle Memorial Writing Award. He holds an M.D. degree from the University of Chicago in 1991, is an associate at Mayer, Brown, and Platt and lectures part-time lecturer at the University of Chicago. A talented writer, Hyman's writings focus on the ethical aspects of medical practice.
Publication Name: Perspectives in Biology and Medicine
Health-related effects of creative and expressive writing
The negative impact of creative writing, which leads to stress disorders, is examined.
Publication Name: Health Education
- Abstracts: The prevention of the maternal manifestations of preeclampsia by intensive antihypertensive treatment. Altered skin integrity in children admitted to a pediatric intensive care unit
- Abstracts: Negative chronotropic effects of nizatidine. Rabeprazole. Botulinum toxin: a deadly poison sheds it negative image
- Abstracts: Stopping smoking - again. Healthy families make healthy babies. The wrong way to stay slim
- Abstracts: Ascitic fluid analysis for the differentiation of malignancy-related and nonmalignant ascites: proposal of a diagnostic sequence
- Abstracts: Tax Havens and Their Uses, 1990. Tales of a Hobbesian Cynic. Expanded Uses for Aspirin Now on Professional Labeling