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"We must bear in mind that scientific writing differs substantially from literary writing. While literary writing is an art based on principles of personal style, fiction, and originality, good scientific writing is a craft that builds on clear communication of scientifically researched facts."
The CSTE Scientific Writing Toolkit provides resources and guidance supportive of scientific writing practices for applied epidemiologists, though it is instructive for all types of scientific writing.
While this article does not give precise details pertaining to scientific writing, it does discuss the process for preparing your writing for submission to a medical journal and is ueful as a general guide.
The National Association of Science Writers offers a wide array of resources to the science writing community, many of which do not require NASW membership. In addition, NASW members can take advantage of tools that can help them improve their standing in the science writing marketplace.
Nature.com provides this online tutorial for english writers in science featuring units on 1)Communicating as a Scientist 2)Writing Scientific Papers 3)Writing Correspondence 4) Giving Oral Presentations 5)Interacting During Conference Sessions 6)Communicating in the Classroom.
Formed in 1997, Training Programs in Epidemiology and Public Health Interventions Network (TEPHINET) is a professional network of 73 field epidemiology training programs (FETPs), including those with laboratory and veterinary components, working across more than 100 countries.