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Systematic review article and meta-analyses constitute a group of Level 1 and 2 studies and are considered at the highest level of evidence-based medicine (EBM) 1. Whereas unsystematic, narrative review articles are marred by author bias, as it is more probable to embrace only research chosen by the authors, thereby introducing bias. We believe that […]

HOW TO SELECT THE BEST TITLE FOR YOUR RESEARCH PAPER The research paper title is perhaps the most read part of your manuscript and at times, unfortunately, the only part. A good title is usually a compromise between being curt/concise and explicit or categorical. Drafting a perfect research paper title requires some serious thought. Researchers tend to […]

The writing of the Result Section of your Research Article can be an intimidating ordeal for a lot of writers. The result section will reveal your findings to everyone. Following some simple approach in the planning of the result section will result in a succinct and comprehensible demonstration of your research. Once you have collected […]

 An introduction is akin to the “trailer” for an upcoming movie, intended to generate interest in your work. When you draft the introduction of your research article, you should try to defend why your research is an indispensable constituent of investigation in the field. You should endeavor to apprise the audience/peer reviewers about the justification […]

Surely you have overcome great obstacles to finish a good research project; however, when it is time to write the paper and its references the problem continues, doesn’t it? With this article, you can learn the most common and internationally accepted way to write the references of your research paper, the Vancouver Style that uses […]

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