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Year : 1999  |  Volume : 5  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 45-49

Writing a clinical research paper


Department of Surgery, College of Medicine & Asir Central Hospital, King Khalid University (Formerly King Saud University) - Abha and Asir Central Hospital, Abha, Saudi Arabia

Correspondence Address:
Oluwole Gbolagunte Ajao
College of Medicine, King Khalid University - Abha, P.O.Box 641, Abha
Saudi Arabia
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A well-known unwritten law in institutions of higher learning is that of "Publish or perish". The duties of a University teacher, in order of priority are teaching, research and service. Reasons for writing clinical research papers are to get promoted, to get research grants and to make known, one's findings in order to improve patients' care. Writing papers is also a means of delivering continuous education, therefore publication is essential for any one pursuing an academic career. Research papers can be in the form of case reports, retrospective studies, prospective studies and laboratory or animal research. Two popular formats of writing papers are: The Vancouver Style and the Harvard System.


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