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Impact of Scientific Publications on Public Health

Impact of Scientific Publications on Public Health

Introduction The Healthcare system is dynamic. Every other day, a new diagnostic or treatment method emerges in the form of research. When the conclusion of the research is authentic and reproducible, healthcare professionals try to use it in their practice. Scientific Publications Scientific publications are the periodic publications, mostly in the form of journals, that provides information about the new research. They help in advancing scientific research by disseminating updated informati
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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
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Criteria for Selecting Journal for Publication

Criteria for Selecting Journal for Publication

Introduction Publishing an article in the journal adds to the academic performance of the researcher. Almost every researcher desire to publish their research articles in the reputed journal to ensure that it reaches maximum readers. Hundreds of journals are publishing the research article. This article will throw light on some criteria that will help you to select the best journal for your manuscript. Criteria for Selecting Journal There is no straight formula to determine the best journal t
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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
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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
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Guidelines for Writing a Health Economics and Outcomes Research Studies

Guidelines for Writing a Health Economics and Outcomes Research (HEOR) Studies

What is the Health Economics and Outcomes Research (HEOR) Study? Health economics and outcomes research (HEOR) study is an important tool in the hand of decision-makers. Various options are available to treat a patient. It is quite difficult to identify all the pros and cons of a treatment regimen. This includes a comparison of the cost of treatment vis-a-vis the outcome of the treatment. Sometimes the cost or the outcome is hard to measure. HEOR studies help decision-makers in choosing an effe
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How to Write First Medical Manuscript

How to Write First Medical Manuscript

What is Medical Manuscript? The manuscript is a written document created by a researcher or author. It is submitting to the editor of a journal for publishing. The different publishing house has different sets of guidelines. The author should fulfil those guidelines while writing a manuscript. The medical manuscript includes details about medical research done. There are various types of manuscript depending upon the area of medical research. Although the basic format for all manuscript types i
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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
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How to Write Effective Meta-Analysis Research Papers

How to Write Effective Meta-Analysis Research Papers

What is Meta-Analysis Research Study? Various studies are done on similar or approximately similar topics. These studies are done at different time-period and in different regions. Each study has its analysis. When a study combines and statistically analyzed the finding of various studies, such a study is termed as meta-analysis study. The purpose of a meta-analysis study is to integrate the findings of various studies done on almost similar topics. In most cases, the studies involved in a m
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Retrospective vs Prospective Study

Retrospective vs Prospective Study: Advantages, Types and Differences

What is a Retrospective Study? Retrospective, the term comprises two words i.e. "retro" which means "in the past" and "spective" which means "to look". Thus, a retrospective analyzes the events of information that had already occurred in the past. In a retrospective study, the outcome of the reference studies has already occurred before a retrospective study is initiated. The researcher or an author of a retrospective study can collect the data from the registry. In a retrospective study, after
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