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Research Journals vs Medical Blogs

Research Medical Journals VS Medical Blogs Research Journals Medical Blogs Length Longer articles, providing in-depth analysis of topics Shorter articles, providing broader overviews of topics Sober and serious Attractive appearance May contain graphs or charts Advertisements Heavily illustrated Author is usually any one Author usually an expert or specialist in the field, name and credentials always provided Authorship related to medical field & even long term patients of any disease. Editors Articles are usually reviewed and critically evaluated by a board of experts in the field (peers) Articles are not evaluated by experts in the field, but by editors on blogs' staff Credits Credit is given to 100% authorship goes to the author & Co- the author of the article authors. Aricles are accepted reviewed & published in Many scholarly journals are "refereed journals" - they undergo a process called "peer-review" where other Article Acceptance Procedure less than 48 hours. scholars in the field examine the articles before being published. Can you write it in the Publications YES YES Section of your CV? EXAMPLES Journal of Research in Psychology Infographic Made By cc) O BY NC SA

Research Journals vs Medical Blogs

shared by kcatoto on Mar 22
Many of the medical students hesitate to write on medical blogs because they are not credited for their work in their CVs. But that is a wrong preception you can indeed write your articles under publi...




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