For medical device manufacturers, the preclinical testing of medical device development is most crucial. This is the stage in which they set the design of the product including its functionality and safety aspects and validate the selected materials.
However, their major dilemmas are “When to plan the preclinical stage of the device development?” and “What aspects to consider?”
So, here we answer these questions to help the medical device manufacturers in their preclinical research
Imagine! You are a young scientist working on an interesting and trending topic of the year. You have discovered something awesome, something very significant. And now, you wish to publish your work so that the world comes to know about your discovery.
But, most of the journals have rejected your article.
How will you feel?
The first thought strikes your mind, “I had submitted my manuscript to the reputed medical editor. So, why didn’t they recognise and encourage the worth of my pa
What’s the purpose of medical manuscript writing? Or why do journals publish a research paper?
To make the research known to their readers i.e. the researchers!
However, most researchers read only a few journals regularly. And these are the journals that publish topics a researcher is interested in. For example, one who works on rheumatology will read the Journal of Rheumatology and no other journal. Besides these specific journals, researchers also read one or two multidisciplinary journal
The rate of journal rejection differs across different journals. Irrespective of the rate, it’s very discouraging for the scholars who spend years planning their research, securing funds, compiling and analyzing data, and making sound conclusions to benefit their readers. Therefore, we recommend you to do your homework before submitting your manuscript to a journal for publication. You must know the journal’s standards, formats and its rejection rates.
Also, knowing the common reasons for
After spending months on writing a perfect research manuscript, you gather the courage to send it to a peer-reviewed journal. The ultimate test begins now as you wait for weeks or even months for a favorable response from the scientific journal editors.
Finally, you hear from them. And it is good news! They haven’t rejected your work straight away but also not accepted it. They’ve asked for revisions.
Anxiety, dread, terror, demoralization, confusion, rage, all such horrible feelings b
Plagiarism, also known as literary theft, is the practice of using other’s work or ideas in your medical manuscript without giving them due credit and passing them off as your own in publication journals to gain recognition. Though it’s not a new phenomenon in research, but with technology, it has become easier than ever to uncover the instances of plagiarism.
While analyzing a document, it’s important to determine whether plagiarism was intentional or unintentional. The degree and freque
Every researcher wants his manuscript to be ready for publication in his target journal. And to develop such a manuscript, he looks towards competent medical proofreading services.
But what makes a medical proofreading service competent?
Of course, it’s their medical proofreaders! If they are competent and experienced, they will offer a good service to their clients and get them back for more work.
So, here are the five tips for the beginners on how to set themselves up for the succe
You spend months and years on your research. However, for writing your research paper, it need not be lengthy.
Most journals recommend a word count limit for their research papers. But, authors find it difficult to write concisely and conform to a word count limit. That’s because they usually have so much to say. Conforming to the journal requirements, however, is important to avoid getting rejected. You must write concisely when drafting your manuscript and proofread it critically to id
Our scientific editing services not only involves medical research papers but technical documents as well. While editing a long technical document, it's nearly impossible to read through the document and evaluate all structural, content, and formatting issues in one go.
This is where a checklist comes in handy. Using this checklist, you can look at each aspect of the document - the structure, the content, and the formatting systematically. This is because the whole purpose of scientific paper
The world of medical editing and medical proofreading is really tough out there.
And you may wonder... How do the most successful medical journal editors get the work? How do they gain an edge in the competition and earn a handsome amount?
However, there’s no magic formula to this. And only a bachelor’s degree in English is not sufficient. All successful medical journal editors have the same skill set essential for their success and higher income.
So what are these skills?