The UTHealth Graphic & Standards page explains "how to properly display our new logo signature and how to refer to UTHealth in written correspondence." The page provides UTHealth's graphic, editorial, and web standards.
The UTHealth PPT presentation templates are provided below:
The UTHealth School of Public Health research poster templates are provided below:
1. In this webinar, "Writing Success Strategies for Scholars in the Health Sciences," Kathryn Jacobsen, professor of epidemiology and global health at George Mason University, discusses several writing strategies--getting started, staying motivated, conquering writer's block--to help scholars and students succeed in the health sciences.
2. The Departments of Scientific Publications and of Faculty Development at MD Anderson sponsored a panel discussion, "Publishing Strategies in Scientific Publishing" (video) on publishing strategy, timing of publication, authorship, handling rejection, etc.
A PDF version of the video transcript is provided below:
3. Wiley-Blackwell, a leading publisher of healthcare journals, has developed two resources to teach readers how to write for publication.
a. Writing for Publication in Nursing and Healthcare helps the reader to develop skills in writing articles, book reviews, and other forms of publications by offering guidance, tips, examples, and activities. This practical how-to book written by experts in the field is essential reading for all healthcare professionals.
A PDF version of this open-access book is provided below:
b. Writing for Publication aims to provide useful information and helpful suggestions to nurses and other healthcare professionals who want to write and publish a journal article.
A PDF version of this complimentary booklet is provided below:
American Journal Experts (AJE) is "a growing team of scientists, researchers, language experts, software developers, and publishing industry veterans" that is "dedicated to improving the way new research and discoveries are shared."
The AJE Author Resource Center offers resources, including articles, videos, and webinars, to help researchers along their journey to publication.
These resources are designed to help you transition from "graduate student" to "public health professional" by explaining how to engage the publishing process, e.g., how to convert your master's thesis or doctoral dissertation into a research article.
The most cited articles in some of the most cited (Top 10) journals in public health.
NOTE: To ensure access to individual articles, register for a TMC Library Resources Access Account.
The following offer general/background reading in public health: