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How to Write the Thesis and Thesis Protocol: A Primer for Medical, Dental and Nursing Courses
Author:  
Piyush Gupta MD FAMS FIAP
 
Navjeevan Singh MD
 


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ISBN9789351523017
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2014
Pages206
Size 6.75" x 9.5"
Cover TypePaper Back
With CD/DVD No
Weight (Grams) 380
Quick Overview
This book has evolved from a series of workshops organized for postgraduate students by the Medical Education Unit of the University College of Medical Sciences. The objective of the workshops was to introduce them to the basics of biomedical research as a prelude to writing a protocol for a thesis, and subsequently, to writing the thesis itself. As the number of postgraduate admissions increased exponentially in 2009, the three-day “thesis writing workshop” was split into two one-and-a-half day workshops; the first a protocol writing workshop at the beginning of first year of residency, and the second a thesis writing workshop, some three months prior to thesis submission.
Key Features
Writing a thesis is one of the most important components of postgraduate studies and a potential area where the students are challenged by the lack of structured guidance. This book not on ly provides useful tools to write a thesis, but also identifies the typical problems that arise while writing a thesis and suggests improved solutions for the same while especially highlighting the ways of maintaining consistent quality within the thesis work. The text is organized into 26 chapters which follow the sequence of events in engaging with a thesis. The chapters also explain in detail the content and submission requirements that all students writing a thesis must follow. The language is simple, and the style is conversational and easy to follow.

This book provides basic information about the thesis preparation as well as the technical parameters with in which all the students must work. A unique feature is the numerous examples in each chapter illustrating what to do, and often, what not to do. A bibliography is provided at the end of each chapter for those wishing to delve further into the intricacies of biomedical research.
Target Audience
Postgraduate Students.
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