Addressing Reviewer Comments Recap: Key Takeaways and Additional Resources

So far this week, we’ve shared tips for addressing reviewer comments that have come from the literature, longtime Academic Medicine authors, editorial board members, and the editorial staff. If you missed any of these, you can find them here. Today, we’d like to close the series by highlighting some key takeaways from the advice and tips …

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Staff Suggestions for Addressing Reviewer Comments

To complement the advice from our longtime authors and editorial board members that we shared earlier this week, today we're sharing suggestions from the Academic Medicine editorial staff. This post is part of a series on tips for addressing reviewer comments during the revisions part of the publication process. You can read the other posts …

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Editorial Board Member Suggestions for Addressing Reviewer Comments

To complement the tips for addressing reviewer comments from longtime Academic Medicine authors that we shared yesterday, today we’re sharing suggestions from Academic Medicine editorial board members. This post is part of a series on tips for addressing reviewer comments during the revisions part of the publication process. You can read the other posts in …

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Author Suggestions for Addressing Reviewer Comments

To complement the tips for addressing reviewer comments that we shared yesterday, today we’re sharing suggestions from longtime Academic Medicine authors. This post is part of a series on tips for addressing reviewer comments during the revisions part of the publication process. You can read the other posts in the series here. Daniel J. Schumacher, MD, MEd, Cincinnati …

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Tips to Move from “Revisions Needed” to Resubmission

As an author, you may struggle when you receive a decision letter that requires revisions to your manuscript. Where do you start? How do you address everything the reviewers have asked? How do you organize your changes and convey them to the journal's editors? This week, we'll be sharing tips for addressing reviewer comments. Each …

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Applying What You Learned: Title Writing Exercise

It’s time to apply what you’ve learned this week from our writing series, What’s in a Name? How to Write an Effective Title. Just a quick reminder that this series is based on a workshop the Academic Medicine editorial staff developed, so the terminology and examples we use are from Academic Medicine. However, you can …

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Strategies for Writing Effective Titles, Part 2

Today, we’ll be sharing additional strategies for writing effective titles as part of our new writing series, What’s in a Name? How to Write an Effective Title. Just a quick reminder that this series is based on a workshop the Academic Medicine editorial staff developed, so the terminology and examples we use are from Academic …

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Strategies for Writing Effective Titles, Part 1

Today, we’ll be sharing strategies for writing effective titles as part of our new writing series, What’s in a Name? How to Write an Effective Title. Just a quick reminder that this series is based on a workshop the Academic Medicine editorial staff developed, so the terminology and examples we use are from Academic Medicine. …

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