Information Skills

Writing for Publication

Small purple icon of two people facing each other   Writing for Publication: guides and resources

Case Reports

The Library and Knowledge Service has purchased an institutional account with BMJ Case Reports. This means that STHK Trust staff can submit case reports for publication free of charge. Email the library for further details.

BMJ Case Report: User Guide

BMJ Case Reports: Writing a BMJ Case Report

RCP insight: How to write a clinical case report

Systematic Reviews

NSAMR: How to write a systematic literature review - a guide for medical students

Cochrane Interactive Learning: Module 1: Introduction to conducting systematic reviews (Free to use, but need to register for an account)

PRISMA 2020 statement for systematic reviews

PRISMA 2020 checklist

PRISMA 2020 flow diagram

PRISMA website

Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine: 5 things to consider before you do a systematic review

Avoiding Predatory Journals

Beall's List

Think Check Submit

Old Dominion University Libraries: Where (and Where Not) to Publish Your Work

NHS England Workforce, Training and Education: Writing for publications

Other Resources

KLS Learning Academy - Writing for Publication page

BMJ: Guidance for new authors

Sense about science: Peer review – the nuts and bolts

Wiley: How to write a scientific abstract for your research article

RCNi guidance on writing and submitting articles for publication

BMJ Careers: Staying safe by avoiding plagiarism

Liverpool University: making an impact with your poster

Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions