The Webinar Series includes 10 lectures. Participants learn an objective and straightforward technique we have developed that help them craft their scientific papers quickly and efficiently. This technique can be applied to grant writing and other documents such as proposals and theses.
The focus of the Webinar Series IS NOT on improving language or writing skills per se but rather on how to overcome procrastination and apply the concept of microproductivity for a faster and efficient production of scientific papers. We deconstruct the entire scientific paper into bite-sized microtasks and turn the huge task of writing a paper into an easier and pleasant experience. By completing each microtask, students feel confident, increasingly motivated and eager to accomplish the goal of having their papers ready for publication in a peer-reviewed journals.
About the Classes
The webinar series includes 10 classes done virtually and participants have the chance to interact with the instructor and have their questions answered. Participants should expect to spend around 15 hours in class (1-2 hours per class) done twice a week (other arrangements are possible). There is no limited number of participants, but we do recommend no more than 35 participants per group to ensure the quality of engagement between the instructor and students.
The Webinar Series is recommended for graduate students, postdocs and any scientist working in the biological, biomedical and health-related fields who needs to produce and publish scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals. We DO NOT recommend it for people working in other areas.
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What people have to say about this workshop?
"Just wanted to express how amazing was your class! I am really looking forward to start adapting the tips you shared." Postdoc fellow at Harvard Medical School, United States.
"For the first time, the gigantic task of writing a paper didn't seem so big - the way you break it down made things simpler and each step achievable. I know my questions, why I did it, the gap in the literature I am addressing, the main contribution to the field, the limitations of the study and the answers to all other questions you presented. Realizing this gave me more confidence to write my first paper." Graduate student at the Department of Biological Sciences, at Brock University in Canada.
"I found this workshop very helpful. Having no previous experience on writing a paper, I found the building blocks strategy a very useful method to write a manuscript from scratch. Now I have a more clear idea of what needs to be written in each section of a paper and how to express it in a clear and straightforward way. Also, I have learned a lot from the one-to-one meetings with the instructor since her tips have significantly improved the final paper...I would strongly recommend this workshop to any scientist that wishes to improve their scientific writing skills." Graduate student at Bellvitge Biomedical Research Institute - IDIBELL, Barcelona, Spain.
"This course is a one-of-a-kind and a must for all researchers!" Senior scientist at University of São Paulo, Brazil.
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