The Art and Science of Scientific Writing for publication

$180

$180 USD per attendee  

A 25-hour course providing attendees with the necessary knowledge and skills for writing a scientific research proposal from A to Z.

Course delivered by Professor Amel A Hashish

Description

A 25-hour course providing attendees with the necessary knowledge and skills for writing a scientific research proposal from A to Z.


Course Professor

Course delivered by Professor Amel A Hashish

MD, CT, JMHPE, HMD, FAIMER f, DSFD

  • Prof of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Tanta University
  • Prof of medical education, Faculty of Medicine, Tanta University
  • International Certified Trainer and HR consultant
  • Master in Medical Education (JMPHE)
  • European Diploma of Hospital Management
  • Fellow of Foundation of Advancement of International Medical Education & Research (FAIMER)
  • American Diploma of Specialized Faculty Development (DSFD)
  • Coordinator of Medical Education committee
  • Head of training committee
  • Member of Research Ethics Committee
  • Member of curriculum committees
  • Member of Quality Assurance Unit
  • Supervisor of Tanta Innovators Association (TIA)
  • Supervisor of Tanta Student Research academy (TSRA)
  • Former Director of Faculty & Leadership Development Centre, Tanta University

Course Structure

A 25-hour course delivered through:

  • Power Point, Flip chart, Whiteboard
  • icebreakers
  • Group exercises
  • Think , pairs and share
  • Individual reflection
  • Case studies
  • Role play
  • Home assignments

 

Course Objectives

After completing the course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the different elements of a research proposal
  • Write a research question
  • Understand the components of every part of the research proposal
  • Understand plagiarism
  • Design a scientific paper from A to Z
  • Understands the different conditions for publication

Course Content

Lecture topics covered:

  • Anatomy and physiology of scientific proposal
  • Research question
  • Writing an abstract
  • Writing the introduction
  • Writing the material and methods
  • Writing the discussion
  • Siltation issues
  • Publication of a scientific proposal

Assessment methodology:

According to Kirkpatrick level 1,2

  • Feedback and reflection
  • Written exam
  • Personal presentation