2-day Course in Medical Publishing 2022
Learn how to get your research published in the best journals in this 2-day course in medical publishing.
Learn from experienced editors and researchers, and get individual feedback on your scientific texts, figures and tables.
As a researcher you want to get your results published in a respected scientific journal. In this course, you will learn how to prepare your manuscript in order to increase its chance of being accepted for publication in the journal of your choice.
Course organizers are the University of Oslo, Oslo University Hospital, Journal of the Norwegian Medical Association, and Annals of Internal Medicine.
For the Norwegian medical spesialization programme:
Den norske legeforening godkjenner kurset for alle spesialiteter med 14 timer som valgfritt kurs for leger i spesialisering og spesialistenes etterutdanning. Sjekk regelverk og kurskrav for din spesialitet.
Den norske legeforening godkjenner kurset for alle spesialiteter med 14 timer som valgfritt kurs for leger i spesialisering og spesialistenes etterutdanning.
Note: The Course is no longer accepted as part of the PhD Programme.
Merk: Kurset kan dessverre ikke lenger innpasses i ph.d.-programmet.
About the Course
- All aspects of preparing a manuscript, such as planning, writing text, title and abstract, and constructing tables and figures, will be covered.
- The course is highly interactive, with course participants working in small groups and receiving individual feedback on their own writing, figures, and tables.
- The course faculty consists of experienced editors and researchers, most of whom have published in leading medical scientific journals, and including the executive editor of Annals of Internal Medicine, one of the most prestigious medical journals in the world.
Darren Taichman, New England Journal of Medicine
Christine Laine, Annals of Internal Medicine
Michael Bretthauer, University of Oslo and Annals of Internal Medicine
Mette Kalager and Lise Helsingen, University of Oslo
Are Brean and Petter Gjersvik, Journal of the Norwegian Medical Association
Erlend Hem, Institute for Studies of the Medical Profession and University of Oslo
The number of participants is limited. Please apply as early as possible, and no later than March 15th 2022. Contact Madeleine Berli (see e-mail below) if you find the admission form closed. You can choose to be placed on a waiting list, and an additional course might be offered.
Course Fee: 7 000 NOK, including lunch, coffee, and diploma.
The course will be held in English.
Course organizers: University of Oslo, Oslo University Hospital, Journal of the Norwegian Medical Association, New England Journal of Medicine, and Annals of Internal Medicine.
Contact course coordinator: email@example.com