Editing your own words: UK EQUATOR Centre Lightning Workshop
Join this free one-hour practical, interactive workshop from the UK EQUATOR Centre. In our Lightning Workshops series, our methodology, writing, and communication experts cover all of the essential aspects of writing and publishing your academic research. These sessions are designed for early-career biomedical and clinical researchers.

Take your manuscript from rough first draft to polished publication by editing your own words. Great writing is simple, clear, and complete. You’ll learn tips and tricks for cutting word count, improving readability, and balancing these three elements. Then you’ll put them into practice in interactive editing sessions.

Jennifer de Beyer is CSM’s science writing, dissemination, and publication specialist. She’s here to help your research reach its full potential through clear, complete writing that targets the right audience. She develops resources on how to write fantastic health research articles and teaches academic writing skills through the UK EQUATOR Centre.

This free workshop is open to University of Oxford and Oxford Brookes staff and students, but we do ask you to book a spot. To hear about other EQUATOR courses in Oxford, please join our mailing list by sending a blank email to equator-oxford-subscribe@maillist.ox.ac.uk.
Date: 25 November 2020, 12:30 (Wednesday, 7th week, Michaelmas 2020)
Venue: zoom link to be provided
Speaker: Dr Jennifer de Beyer (UK EQUATOR Centre, CSM, NDORMS, University of Oxford)
Organising department: Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences (NDORMS)
Organisers: Jacqueline Wright (UK EQUATOR Centre, CSM, NDORMS, University of Oxford), Dr Jennifer de Beyer (UK EQUATOR Centre, CSM, NDORMS, University of Oxford)
Organiser contact email address: equator@csm.ox.ac.uk
Host: UK EQUATOR Centre
Part of: UK EQUATOR Workshops and Seminars
Booking required?: Required
Booking email: equator@csm.ox.ac.uk
Cost: free
Audience: University of Oxford, Oxford Brookes, and Oxford University Hospitals staff and students
Editors: Jennifer de Beyer, Jacqueline Wright