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Effective Writing for Research

Writing is an essential skill for researchers to develop, but it can be enormously challenging and time-consuming.


Key considerations include technical clarity and accuracy, organization and logical exposition, grammar and mechanics, conciseness, and iterative editing and improvement. This session addresses each of these topics and highlights practical strategies for writing effectively in a research context.

Dr. David DuBois facilitated this session Wednesday, April 25, 2018, at the Institute for Health Research and Policy as part of the Research and Professional Development Brown Bag Conversation Series.

Download the "Effective Writing for Research" presentation (pdf).