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  1. How to publish an academic paper

    Written by Dr Ana Cristina Diniz Silva, Tutor on the Postgraduate Diploma in Cosmetic Medicine and the Postgraduate Diploma in Dermatology

    As a healthcare professional research is an integral part of our work and publishing papers is acknowledgement of our endeavours, but also another way we can help other HCPs to help their patients.

    Studying with Diploma MSc can provide the perfect platform to publish an academic paper. Here are tips on how to get a paper published:

    1. First, remind yourself why writing an original article is important. Publishing an academic paper may be necessary to graduate or advance a career, but mainly to make others learn about your work, aiding in science development.

    2. Identify a ‘hot topic’ for research. You’d rather put your mind to controversial subjects, instead of well established consensual topics.

    3. Perform a systematic review of the literature, establishing objective criteria for the inclusion or exclusion of studies. Writing a good article is not about citing studies and describing their results, but critically appraising their strengths and limitations.

    4. Choose a suitable journal and an article type. Detailed instructions for authors and a full description of the types of articles can be easily accessed on journals’ web pages.

    5. Having chosen an attractive subjective and a suitable journal, follow the guidelines with regard to language, content, reference style, artwork and submission procedures. Lack of context is a common reason for having an article rejected. The abstract should not be repeated in the cover letter. Both must show clarity about the aims of the article and the relevance of your research to the scientific community worldwide.

    Diploma MSc courses are an ideal way to start the process of publishing a paper.

  2. Another Published Paper by PGDip Endocrinology Tutor, Dr Samit Ghosal

    Again, we are pleased to announce that our list of academic papers published by Course Directors, Course Tutors and Former Students has just grown!

    Congratulations to Samit Ghosal, Binayak Sinha and Kingshuk Bhattacharjee on your published paper titled ‘Cardio Vascular Outcomes Trials (CVOTs) with Anti-Hyperglycemic Agents: Demystifying Statistical Complexities‘.

    We are fortunate that Dr Samit Ghosal is one of our PGDip/MSc Endocrinology tutors.  We are always proud of students and tutors achievements. Well done all!

  3. MSc Graduate to have Abstract Presented at European Congress of Endocrinology

    Congratulations to Diploma MSc graduate Violet Sanderson MSc, who has had her abstract accepted to be presented at the European Congress of Endocrinology in Lisbon later this month.

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  4. More Published Papers from our Esteemed Tutors and Course Delegates

    We are excited to announce that our list of academic papers published by Course Directors, Course Tutors and Former Students has just grown!

    Congratulations to both Vinay S Eligar, Consultant in Diabetes and Endocrinology, University Hospital of Wales and our Diabetes Diploma Course tutor and director, and Emmeline de Gruchy, University Hospital Wales, and Diabetes Diploma student on your published paper titled ‘Review of the Pharmacological interventions and Bariatric surgery for Diabesity‘.

    We are always proud of students and tutors achievements. Well done both!