Resources for Authors: Writing Well, Navigating Peer Review

Set yourself up for success: tell the story well, and choose the right journal. You may also be interested in KN Online resources for Making Scientific Presentations.

Academic Writing Tips. This article provides excellent advice on creating the write structure, being efficient in your writing and presentation: a great focus on positioning your work for success.

Choosing the Right Journal. For first time authors, basic and helpful advice regarding choosing the right journal.

How to Write a GOOD Research Paper. This excellent presentation contains some terrific advice -- "Kill your first version." "Think about the reader." Also provides goals for the first draft. 

How to Write a Great Journal Article -- Act Like a Fiction Writer. This blog post presents some spot-on advice for one of the biggest challenges academic editors face -- getting their authors to Tell The Story.

How to Write Better Science Papers. Elsevier presents a nice infographic. Geared to students, first-time writers of science papers.

Navigating the Peer Review Process. Some great common-sense advice, geared at making the best of the process.

Publishing in the Sciences: Choosing A Journal. Nice guide from the University of Michigan that reviews basic considerations for where to submit a manuscript.

Structuring A Scientific Paper Editors Will Take Seriously. Dr. Angel Borja provides a great, step-by-step guide for writing better papers.

Structuring Your Scientific Paper. Nature Education presents a very detailed series on academic writers -- for students and people early in their careers.

Tips for Responding to Reviewer Comments  Some great advice regarding making changes, and how to constructively disagree with reviewers.

Feel free to suggest other resources you think would help your colleagues: info@kidneynews.org

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Set yourself up for success: tell the story well, and choose the right journal. You may also be interested in KN Online resources for Making Scientific Presentations.

Academic Writing Tips. This article provides excellent advice on creating the write structure, being efficient in your writing and presentation: a great focus on positioning your work for success.

Choosing the Right Journal. For first time authors, basic and helpful advice regarding choosing the right journal.

How to Write a GOOD Research Paper. This excellent presentation contains some terrific advice -- "Kill your first version." "Think about the reader." Also provides goals for the first draft. 

How to Write a Great Journal Article -- Act Like a Fiction Writer. This blog post presents some spot-on advice for one of the biggest challenges academic editors face -- getting their authors to Tell The Story.

How to Write Better Science Papers. Elsevier presents a nice infographic. Geared to students, first-time writers of science papers.

Navigating the Peer Review Process. Some great common-sense advice, geared at making the best of the process.

Publishing in the Sciences: Choosing A Journal. Nice guide from the University of Michigan that reviews basic considerations for where to submit a manuscript.

Structuring A Scientific Paper Editors Will Take Seriously. Dr. Angel Borja provides a great, step-by-step guide for writing better papers.

Structuring Your Scientific Paper. Nature Education presents a very detailed series on academic writers -- for students and people early in their careers.

Tips for Responding to Reviewer Comments  Some great advice regarding making changes, and how to constructively disagree with reviewers.

Feel free to suggest other resources you think would help your colleagues: info@kidneynews.org