Writing for publication is different than writing a classroom or clinical report. These resources can offer support in moving from one style to the other, as well as for different aspects of the publication process.
Use these resources if you are new to academic writing or need a refresher on the basics.
If you need guidance on best practices for writing about different kinds of studies, check out the more advanced resources below.
These materials from two major academic publishers are designed to walk you through the steps of the publishing process, including writing the manuscript. Use these resources if you like self-learning modules, or if you want to know more about what publishers are looking for when you are preparing your manuscript.
The A.T. Still University Writing Center is an academic support resource for all ATSU students seeking writing assistance.
The UWC offers:
The UWC is staffed with professional editors, writers, and educators who have experience in health-care writing and editing, or TOEFL/ESL.