Writing for publication: a practical guide

Brennan, Mark
December 2008
Dental Nursing;Dec2008, Vol. 4 Issue 12, p702
Academic Journal
The article provides some practical tips to guide one on the first steps to preparing his own article and becoming a published writer. According to the author, one's experience in writing reports at work or assignments at college and writing news items for a sports, social club or church newsletter can help when writing professionally for a journal. Other tips include choosing a topic, choosing a journal, and knowing the audience.


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