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Feel the fear and do it anyway: turning your thesis into a published paper

Dr Anne-Marie Boylan spoke to Anna-Marie Madeley, a Lecturer in Midwifery at the University of Bedfordshire about publishing her MSc thesis.

Turning your MSc dissertation into an academic paper

Students who complete the MSc in Evidence Based Health Care at the University of Oxford often produce high quality research for their dissertation, which we encourage them to publish in academic journals. Dr Anne-Marie Boylan is the Dissertation Coordinator for the MSc in EBHC. She spoke to Mark Howe, a dentist who recently completed his MSc about his experiences of writing up his MSc thesis for publication in the Journal of Dentistry.

Writing words worth reading - 2. Five guidelines

In the second of three blogs on writing words worth reading, Jeff Aronson offers some simple guidelines.

Writing words worth reading - 1. Three general principles to get started

Following the publication of Carl Heneghan’s blog on strategies for great teaching in evidence based medicine, he invited Jeff Aronson to write a companion piece on strategies for good writing. In the first of three parts Jeff suggests three general principles.

Five tips to jump-start your evidence-based practice

So, you’ve heard of evidence-based medicine, but you’re busy seeing patients and not sure where to start. You don’t have to take fancy classes, listen to podcasts, or read any textbooks to start practising evidence-based medicine (but if you want to, you can find them all here).

Ten principles of good prescribing

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Clinical Pharmacology Part 3: Choose wisely, inform, start low, and monitor Jeffrey K Aronson

Ten steps to producing a successful mixed methods dissertation in Evidence-Based Health Care

This blog is part of a series for Evidence-Based Health Care MSc students undertaking their dissertations, by Research Assistant Alice Tompson.

Tips for a qualitative dissertation

This blog is part of a series for Evidence-Based Health Care MSc students undertaking their dissertations.

Ten components of effective clinical epidemiology: how to get started

Clinical epidemiology involves learning a wide variety of skills to develop questions that matter to patient care.