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Agnes was 16 years old when she became pregnant with her first child. Her labor lasted three days. When it was over her child was dead and she was left with an obstetric fistula.
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The Author's Blog

What does authorship mean in scientific publications? ICJME has guidelines that biomedical journals follow and writers should as well. But it's not just about guidelines - it's about honesty, responsibility and ethical scholarship.
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Congratulations to the NYU Medical Center writing teams on their recent publications!

Your hard work is now out in the world – making a difference for nurses and patients. Check out a list of their articles here

Whether you are doing research, creating programs that improve patient outcomes, engaging in policy development, or addressing health disparities, writing for publication in scholarly journals and the popular press is one of the best ways for you to positively influence patient care outcomes and health care delivery and get the recognition you deserve.

Writing well is hard work but the results are worth it. Not because you get to see your name in print (though that does feel pretty great) but because you are communicating something important to the greater world. Good writing has the power to transform lives.

You can learn to write well. The Scholar’s Voice offers writing workshops, manuscript reviews, and mentoring to give you the tools you need to get published, from the craft of writing to navigating through the submission process. Whatever type of writing you are doing – scholarly articles, narratives, a dissertation – you will find help here.

All of the programs are designed to give you the tools you need to become a better communicator. The skills you learn will not only improve your writing, they can be applied to all situations where you want to communicate ideas clearly and effectively – speaking engagements, posters, and power point presentations.