This course equips participants with required knowledge to contribute to the existing body of knowledge by communicating their research/field results to the scientific community, donor organizations, policy makers and potential users of the knowledge generated. Participants of this workshop are those who have analyzed data/findings or an early draft of their manuscript which they can work on to write their own scientific paper.
Why This Course
The course provides skills and tools needed to write readable, relevant, and credible research papers in English. The training is a combination of the presentation of guidelines in scientific writing and engaging the participants in peer-reviewing and providing feedback before they are able to write their own manuscript.
This one-week course is aimed at equipping professionals, individual researchers, undergraduate and postgraduate students with scientific writing skills.
The main objective of the course is to enable participants to:
Designing and organizing a scientific article for publication
Learn the basic guidelines in writing a scientific paper.
Engage in peer-reviewing and providing feedback to fellow participants; and
Write and/or revise their scientific paper.
By the end of the course students will:
Write a complete article for publication
review a scientific paper
Write and/or revising a scientific paper
Publish a scientific paper
Overview of Statistics
Visual Data Representation
Abstract and Title
Writing the introduction
Writing the materials and methods
Presenting the results and discussion
Peer review and feedback
Writing and/or revising the scientific paper
Acknowledgments and publication
This training targets research analysts, Data collectors, program staff, academia, students, and research consultants responsible for undertaking research related assignments.
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