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Journal:   IRANIAN RED CRESCENT MEDICAL JOURNAL (IRCMJ)   JULY 2001 , Volume 4 , Number 1; Page(s) 59 To 62.
 
Paper: 

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Author(s):  AZIZI M.H.*
 
* DEPARTMENT OF OTOLARYNGOLOGY IRANIAN HOSPITAL DUBAI U.A.E.
 
Abstract: 

As was in the past, nowadays the physicians and health professionals need new information to manage their patients with best quality. Obviously, this is not attainable without good access to recent literature. The up-to-date sources are produced by the research results and they are published in journals to distribute scientific knowledge among medical experts.
Sharing the results of a study in a sound medical journal is both a demanding and exciting process. In other words, writing a medical paper is a form of mental exercise. This mental exercise requires the learning of certain basic skills and it has to be practiced to be successful. It means that ideas can be conveyed well, only when they are written in an organized manner.
A well-written scientific paper should be in such a way to build a logical flow for the reader. It should respect accepted principles according to international standards. Otherwise the paper rejection rate will increase by the editors. So it is possible to say that preparing a valuable manuscript for a prestigious medical journal is not an easy job. The writing process includes prewriting (selecting a subject and collecting details), writing the first draft, revising, editing, proofreading and publishing. So there are many important points to take into account to come to a paper that is suitable for publication.
The present article is going to give some suggestions and practical guidelines on medical paper preparation (report of a research results). Ti will also review the organization, content and function of each component of medical papers...

 
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