Writing Skills for Research (Academic and Grant Applications)

Writing Skills for Research (Academic and Grant Applications)
Scientific Writing
Child and Adolescent Health Service Research Education Program
Presented by Associate Professor Tony Kemp
Description

Writing is the most used channel of communication of ideas, research and findings.Being able to have quality and effective scientific writing is a fundamental part of research translation. This seminar provides a practical overview of scientific writing; including principles of good writing, how to get started, article structure and organisation, how to negotiate authorship, and the publication process.

Source / Format
  • Recorded Webinar, 60 mins, slides handout. The link goes to the Research Education page. Click on "Seminars" (R-hand side of the page), then scroll to the "Library of Seminar Recordings", then click on "Scientific Writing". Complete the short RedCap survey, submit it, then choose the recording and/or slides handout.
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Writing Skills for Research (Academic and Grant Applications)
Research Impact
Child and Adolescent Health Service Research Education Program
Presented by Dr. Tamika Heiden
Description

There is an increasing requirement for researchers to demonstrate the impact of their research to funders, stakeholders and to the community. This seminar looks at the one simple process you can use to capture and communicate your research impact, as well as provide an overview of research impact, showcasing the recently published AAMRI Research Impact Framework.

Source / Format
  • Recorded Webinar, 50 mins, slides handout. The link goes to the Research Education page. Click on "Seminars" (R-hand side of the page), then scroll to the "Library of Seminar Recordings", then click on "Research Impact". Complete the short RedCap survey, submit it, then choose the recording and/or slides handout.
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Writing Skills for Research (Academic and Grant Applications)
Grant Applications and Finding Funding
Child and Adolescent Health Service Research Education Program
Presented by Dr. Tegan McNab
Description

This seminar explores where and how to find grant opportunities and strategies for putting together a high quality grant application. It is also focuses on how to understand the grant review process, and to submit and respond to reviewer comments.

Source / Format
  • Recorded Webinar, 40 mins, slides handout. The link goes to the Research Education page. Click on "Seminars" (R-hand side of the page), then scroll to the "Library of Seminar Recordings", then click on "Grant Applications and Finding Funding". Complete the short RedCap survey, submit it, then choose the recording and/or slides handout.
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Writing Skills for Research (Academic and Grant Applications)
Predatory publications in systematic reviews: What is the problem and what should we do?
Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI)
Presented by Associate Professor Zachary Nunn
Description

Assoc Prof Zachary Munn presents on the challenges that predatory journals present to systematic reviewers, and how to identify predatory publishers.

Source / Format
  • Recorded Webinar, 60 mins
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Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency of Health Research
EQUATOR
Description

A one-stop-shop for writing and publishing high-impact health research. The EQUATOR Network is a repository for study protocol and publishing checklists. Includes reporting guidelines for main study types e.g. qualitative research; toolkits for writing research, peer reviewing research, using guidelines in your journal, how to develop reporting guidelines.

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  • Reading material, videos, guidelines.
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Writing Skills for Research (Academic and Grant Applications)
Abstract Writing and Presentation
Murtupuni Centre for Rural and Remote Health, James Cook University
Presented by Associate Professor Santosh Jatrana
Description

This video explores what an abstract is, and how to write a strong abstract that is complete, concise, clear and cohesive.

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  • Video, 38 mins duration
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Writing Skills for Research (Academic and Grant Applications)
Academic Phrasebank
The University of Manchester
Description

The Academic Phrasebank is a general resource for academic writers. It aims to provide you with examples of some of the phraseological ‘nuts and bolts’ of writing organised according to the main sections of a research paper or dissertation. The resource should be particularly useful for writers who need to report their research work. The phrases, and the headings under which they are listed, can be used simply to assist you in thinking about the content and organisation of your own writing, or the phrases can be incorporated into your writing where this is appropriate.

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  • Interactive website
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How to Write a Successful Journal Article
YourDictionary
Description

Step by step instruction from the beginning of a study to publishing.

Source / Format
  • Reading with links to other aspects of research writing.
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Writing Skills for Research (Academic and Grant Applications)
How to Write a Bibliography
YourDictionary
Description

Covers MLA format, Chicago style, APA style and provide links to further resources.

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  • Reading with links to other resources
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Writing Skills for Research (Academic and Grant Applications)
Referencing Guides
Curtin University
Description

Access “how to guides” for APA 7, Chicago 17th B, AGLC, Vancouver referencing.

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  • Reading with links to other resources
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Writing Skills for Research (Academic and Grant Applications)
Important Academic Writing Style Guides
Falcon Scientific Editing
Presented by Author: Alyssa Colton
Description

Covers the 5 main citation styles used in scientific research and some important points for using them. For more information, use the style book indicated in the article.

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  • Reading with links to other resources
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Strategic Publishing
Curtin University
Description

Strategic publishing involves taking a systematic approach to ensure you publish in the most effective place and maximise success in your publishing endeavours. Your publishing record will have a crucial impact on your career if you pursue academia or research and can be a valuable addition to your CV if you choose to work in industry or government.

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  • website with reading and instructional videos
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