Intended for students writing at a higher level. From the page: "Scientific Writing Resource is online course material that teaches how to write effectively. The material is not about correctness (grammar, punctuation, etc), but about communicating what you intend to the reader. It can be used either in a science class or by individuals."
A guide to scholarly writing in nursing. Although it is designed for undergraduate Nursing students, the guide is useful for graduate students, and students in other students in other healthcare programs.
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