Individual online coaching
We offer coaching for individuals and small groups of researchers in the health-related/biomedical fields who are writing an article or theses. Professional trainers and editors of scientific writing will coach you through the writing process. Coaching and editing will be tailored to your needs. For more information, please contact Ed Hull at firstname.lastname@example.org
Online courses for authors of scientific writing
The focus of each course is on “reporting reader-friendly, credible, and relevant science. A Template of 10 core concepts is provided to help authors to logically organize and structure the take-home messages. Structuring logical paragraphs and to-the-point sentences are also objectives of the courses. The courses are taught by experienced trainers in scientific writing. Experienced scientific editors provide individual feedback/coaching on participants’ own texts. All courses can be modified to fit your specific needs. For more information, please contact Ed Hull at email@example.com
We offer courses for authors who are at 3 different stages of writing:
- First write the article then do the research is intended for researchers at who have a research topic but do not yet have data. Because the final product of a study is the published article, researchers can make their writing easier and even improve their research by considering both writing and the study design and development together.
The course consists of 8 sessions of 1 hour. We can offer this course for small groups or individuals.
- Writing for publication is intended researchers who have data and are starting to write an article for journal publication. This course is the online edition of the award-winning course Scientific Writing for Publication taught from 2003 to 2020 at the Graduate School, Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam. The course consists of 10 sessions of 1 hour spread over a six-week period. Participants receive individual feedback and coaching on their own texts.
- Writing a thesis is intended for researchers writing the Introduction and Discussion sections of their PhD theses. We offer this course for small groups or for individuals. It consists of 10 sessions of 1 hour spread over a six-week period. Participants receive individual feedback and coaching on their own texts.
Researchers who have applied the writing strategy detailed in the book Health-related Scientific Articles in the 21st Century: Give readers Nuggets, can receive final editing on their text by professional editors in scientific writing. For more information, please contact Ed Hull at firstname.lastname@example.org