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Get your scientific paper finished! - Shared screen with speaker view
Nicole Phelan
17:48
Welcome to Dr Malini Devadas, MD Writing and Editing webinarThe four stages of academic writing
Nicole Phelan
18:10
If you are having any issues please let me know so I can try and assist Nicole
Marion Snowdon
19:14
PhD candidate in Health at UC
Carol Pizzuti
19:24
Research Officer
Nicole Phelan
20:56
Thank you for letting Malini know where you are joining from at what level you are at :)
Marion Snowdon
24:04
staying focused
Nicole Phelan
24:11
What is your biggest problem with academic writing?
Farizwana Ridzwan
24:33
waiting for supervisors' feedback takes forever
Nicole Phelan
27:57
Finding and making the time what are the problems?
Farizwana Ridzwan
28:48
working full time now, 8 to 6, back home with 3 kids, work chores until 10 pm..and then.. flat......
Charlon Ligson
33:49
I want to create a diary appointment.
Carol Pizzuti
34:14
value my time more
Gabriela Palomo
34:16
Diary appointment and block time
Katie Brooker
34:22
schedule in time to write and treat it like a meeting and physcially move so people think I'm in a meeting
Marion Snowdon
34:29
making the time to write - put it in the diary, and PROTECT that times lot. And WRITE during that time
Amy Lange
34:30
I already put it in the diary but I keep pushing the "meetings" with myself back- so I will work on this mindset! Keep the meeting!
Jingjing Li
34:39
Value my time more and schedule time block to focus writing
Sarah Clingan
34:51
Set aside specific time for writing.
Gabriela Palomo
35:40
I think it's because my ideas are not clear at that stage.
Charlon Ligson
35:48
I am not sure if my story will be interesting.
Nicky Baker
36:06
reading the literature provides the chunks but creating own story is harder
Sarah Clingan
36:07
lack of organization
Gabriela Palomo
36:12
Also because I want to cram in this story several stories
Amy Lange
36:16
I get too close to see what others need to see, so I don't form a clear argument
Marion Snowdon
36:33
I need to stay focussed on my story
donna lorenze
36:33
trying to write academically but interesting story
Jingjing Li
36:34
have too many things to describe in a manuscript
Nicky Baker
41:18
elevator pitch type summary of paper
Jingjing Li
41:36
Create a short summary of my paper
Gabriela Palomo
41:39
Talk to an advisor or professor
Amy Lange
41:43
plan my core argument and share it with a trusted colleague for feedback
donna lorenze
41:44
meeting with coauthor this afternoon to discuss progress of manuscript
Charlon Ligson
42:22
I will tell my story to non-scientists. Try to explain it in simpler terms.
Carol Pizzuti
42:28
crete mind maps and "storyboards" :)
Gabriela Palomo
42:45
Great idea! MInd maps and storyboards.
Nicky Baker
43:23
My version of the information
Gabriela Palomo
43:29
I fee llike I have all these ideas and don't know where to start
Nicky Baker
43:35
my take on it
Charlon Ligson
43:39
What to write in the Discussion. What to highlight?
Amy Lange
43:45
making it sound intelligent!
Jingjing Li
43:49
It's difficult to write up introduction section and the discussion
Gabriela Palomo
44:04
Sometimes I go on and on on the same topic
Patsy Latchman-Atterbury
44:09
Citation
Gabriela Palomo
44:09
I go around in circles
Srinivasan karthikeyan
44:22
discussion
Marion Snowdon
48:58
I will plan, and make an outline
Charlon Ligson
49:09
I need to carefully plan my draft.
donna lorenze
49:11
outline each paragraph
Yolande Hylton
49:11
Plan and make an outline
Amy Lange
49:11
plan each paragraph (maybe with a topic sentence each) and get feedback
Gabriela Palomo
49:14
I will have the idea for the story first and then try to create the outline based on that story
Jingjing Li
49:19
Discuss with other people
Nicky Baker
49:30
The outline idea matches the talking over and they reinforce each other - and you can refine as you go between one and the other
Patsy Latchman-Atterbury
49:50
Do outline and discuss with supervisor.
Carol Pizzuti
49:54
write the structure first (headings and sub-headings for example)
Gabriela Palomo
51:58
I do that
Nicky Baker
51:59
guilty!
Marion Snowdon
52:03
yes!
Sarah Clingan
52:06
I have in the past.
Marion Snowdon
52:21
I think it’s one way that I procrastinate
Yolande Hylton
52:28
yes. I like that...”writing is creative and editing is analytical”
Patsy Latchman-Atterbury
52:52
No.
Amy Lange
53:07
Other than reading something over, I don't know how to edit. I gave some stuff to my parents to pick up the things I missed...
Nicky Baker
53:08
I think it relates to not having a clear plan - I currently have sub-heading of what to write in which sections
donna lorenze
53:09
I follow the journal instructions
Marion Snowdon
53:11
is my writing succinct and easy to read?
Shahid Khan
53:23
not by myself but send to professional editor
Charlon Ligson
53:24
I check the voice. The consistency of my style.
Yolande Hylton
59:23
don’t write and edit simultaneously
Nicky Baker
59:26
don't write and edit at the same time.
donna lorenze
59:27
do one editing task at a time
Jingjing Li
59:32
Look critically at every word
Marion Snowdon
59:34
not proof read in the early stages.
Charlon Ligson
59:34
I will follow your suggested stages of editing.
Gabriela Palomo
59:34
write first and then allow some ddays to pass and review and edit
Amy Lange
59:36
focus on editing as an intentional multi-stage process, with a specific aim for each.
Nicky Baker
59:44
read the whole, then down to paragraph, then sentence then word...
Patsy Latchman-Atterbury
59:49
print and read!
Andrew Reiter
01:00:00
print in A3
Nicole Phelan
01:00:22
We will be having a Q& A session please pop any questions for Malini in the Q&A box at the bottom of your screens
Gabriela Palomo
01:01:00
block time and schedule it in my calendar
donna lorenze
01:01:16
time to write in diary
Nicky Baker
01:01:18
write the outline or skeleton to get it clear in my head
Amy Lange
01:01:20
I will protect my time to write, because without that I'll never get to the rest
Yolande Hylton
01:01:20
create the diary appointment
Marion Snowdon
01:01:24
Block out time to write
Charlon Ligson
01:01:24
Write my story into 1-2 sentences.
Shahid Khan
01:01:31
allocate time to each section of the paper
Katie Brooker
01:01:32
blocking out time to write and treating it like a meeting with someone
Jingjing Li
01:01:42
Schedule writing blocks
Patsy Latchman-Atterbury
01:01:55
map the story and summarize an outline. Just do it!!!
Nicole Phelan
01:04:33
Pop any question you have in the Q&A box at the bottom of your screens
Gabriela Palomo
01:16:45
Loved this seminar!!
donna lorenze
01:16:46
thank you so much
Nicky Baker
01:16:56
awesome practical ideas - thank you!
Majid alsubaie
01:16:57
Thanks all
Charlon Ligson
01:16:59
THANK YOU ALL!
Jingjing Li
01:17:09
Thanks!
Yolande Hylton
01:17:21
thank you