Email logo info@cognibrain.com | Skype logoProject.cognibrain


   mobile logo+91-9940084145 | facebooktwitterlinkedingoogle+

All posts by krishna kumar

Importance of Evidence-Based Medicine on Research and Practice

Importance of Evidence-Based Medicine on Research and Practice

Introduction Evidence-based medicine is the system of practicing medicine in such a way that it results in improving outcomes and reduces the overall healthcare cost. Evidence-based medicine also takes care of the individual preference of the patients, along with the clinical expertise of the clinicians. Evidence-Based Medicine Evidence-based medicine is the multidisciplinary approach to provide the best care to the patient at the right time. Evidence-based medicine involves the use of the ex
Read More
SANRA_ Tool for Assessing Narrative Review Articles

SANRA: Tool for Assessing Narrative Review Articles

Introduction SANRA is a tool for improving the quality of narrative articles. The tool was developed in 2010 and has been revised to make it simpler. The tool allows the editor to judge the quality of the manuscript and the readers to identify the relevance. It should be incorporated while authoring the narrative review articles. Narrative Review Articles Narrative reviews form an important part of medical literature. In medical literature, narrative reviews have the largest share of text. Th
Read More
Plagiarism in Scientific Writing

Plagiarism in Scientific Writing: Consequences, Identification and Prevention

Introduction Plagiarism is a serious concern in the writing world. The cases of plagiarism are increasing. Plagiarism has various consequences including the destruction of career, monetary penalties, and legal repercussions. There are various ways to avoid plagiarism. Plagiarism Plagiarism is an act of copying someone's work without giving any credit to the original creator. Plagiarism may be intentional or unintentional. In both ways, plagiarism brings bad name to the person who had plagiari
Read More
How to Avoid Procrastination in Scientific Writing Process

How to Avoid Procrastination in Scientific Writing Process?

Introduction Procrastination is the act of waiting to complete the work until the deadline arrives. Procrastination reduces the quality of the research paper. This is because the writer does not have sufficient time to research and write the article. Further, the time of review is also small and the risk of mistakes is high. Thus, while writing a research paper, procrastination should e avoided. Procrastination To procrastinate is natural. Every human, at least once in his life, had procrasti
Read More
How to Avoid Publication in Predatory Medical Journal

How to Avoid Publication in Predatory Medical Journal

What are Predatory Medical Journals? Predatory medical journals are the journals that publish the research article without any peer-review of the article. These journals do not provide editing services and charge a fee for publishing the article. Jeffrey Beall first used the term 'predatory journal'. These journals normally have quick turnaround time to publish the article as compared to other high-quality journals. Although Article Processing Charges (APCs) are also required for open access jo
Read More
Medical Document Editing - step-by-step guide

Medical Editing: A Step-by-Step Guide to Edit your Document

Whether you have written a manuscript, thesis, or a dissertation, it needs to be edited and proofread. You can’t publish your research without this revision process. In fact, good papers always stem from good editing. You have to edit and proofread your own writing and make sure it is clear, correct, and consistent throughout. This is crucial to establish an authority with your audience and communicate your message clearly. But, the biggest dilemma! How easy it is to pick up your own
Read More
10 common errors you should look for while editing your scientific manuscript

Scientific Editing: 10 Common Errors you Should Look for in your Manuscript

Writing, whether scientific or otherwise, can’t be devoid of errors. However expert you may be, you tend to make mistakes while writing your document. And that’s why scientific editing becomes necessary. Like every process, scientific editing too has a strategy: A strategy on what errors to look for while editing the scientific manuscript. So, here are the 10 common errors you should look for while editing your document. 1) Check for spelling mistakes You may be a language pro, yet i
Read More
Scientific Writing Strategies

Make your Scientific Writing Productive with 6 Awesome Strategies

As a scientist, you must excel at different skills, all at the same time. The lab work, data analysis, sitting in committees, faculty meetings, attending conferences and what not! Plus, publish papers and apply for grants. So, you are always under tremendous pressure. It’s natural to get overwhelmed because scientific writing requires time, focus, and creativity. Writing at the last minute won’t give you a quality paper. Well, there are six strategies you can implement right now to sta
Read More
Histopathology Laboratory_ How to Choose the Best Stain for your Slides

Histopathology Laboratory: How to Choose the Best Stain for your Slides?

Using stains in microscopy is a routine part of the daily operations in a histopathology laboratory. The purpose of using these stains is to enhance contrast and highlight the structures in the slides, and thus to get accurate results in the tests. However, choosing the best stain for accurate results isn't always easy. This is because there are numerous stains in histology and selecting the best is cumbersome. Besides the commonly used ones, many other stains are used for studying speci
Read More
How to avoid duplicate journal publication and simultaneous submission

Medical Journal Articles: How to avoid Duplicate Publication and Simultaneous Submission?

For an honest and scholarly scientific research, you must follow the ethics of research and good publication practices. All the reputed journals expect the authors to know and comply with the ethics in publication. Here, in this post, we discuss the two common and unethical publishing practices – duplicate publication and simultaneous submission, and how to avoid them with your manuscript. 1) Duplicate Publication What is it? When you publish a new paper similar to a published paper by a
Read More