Professional Development Workshop For Doctors & Researchers at Tri Service Hospital, Taiwan

Taipei, Taiwan: Enago conducted a workshop on “How to write an academic paper” in Taiwan in association with Tri Service Hospital, Taipei. The workshop was held at the hospital, with an audience of over 200 doctors and postgraduate researchers from the hospital, and it focused on creating awareness about academic publishing.

The workshop was conducted by Prof. Ching-Chi Chi who is also the Director of Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Chiayi. Professor Chi Chi holds a PhD in Clinical Medicine from the University of Oxford and has published over 50 academic papers during the course of his career.

The workshop covered several topics such as research methodology, manuscript structuring, language style, and several other checkpoints related to academic writing. The workshop was followed by a Q&A session, during which Prof. Chi Chi also shared his publishing experience and valuable insights with the doctors and researchers.

As part of the workshop, Enago briefly introduced the attendees to the various softwares that are used by international researchers to avoid plagiarism, collate end-list references, and create images that are visually appealing and help in conveying data to their readers. The workshop was a huge success, with positive feedback received from the doctors, researchers, as well as the hospital.

Enago is committed toward helping the research community and will be conducting many such workshops and knowledge-building exercises in 2014.



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