This presentation will cover tried and tested techniques for writing and publishing scientific papers including:
- The scientists’ toolkit
- Elements of writing a good paper
- Tips for overcoming writers’ block
- Getting published – what editors look for in a manuscript
- Common writing mistakes
- Plagiarism and using online translation tools
Robyn Tolhurst is Managing Director of Red Fern Communication, based in Sydney Australia. She is an accomplished writer and editor for corporations and academic institutions, and is an international speaker on English in the fields of science and business for students and academics from non-English speaking backgrounds.
Robyn conducts professional development workshops for doctors and clinicians on doctor-patient communication.
Over the past 25 years, Robyn has been engaged as a trusted adviser, speechwriter and strategists for directors of some of the world’s largest companies. She is a professional editor of scientific and academic manuscripts for students and universities throughout the world with a 100 per cent acceptance rate; and has mediatrained and promoted scientific discoveries for world re-known scientists.
As an advocate for the Arts, Robyn is a director of Australian Dance Vision. She was a member of the NSW mixed handball team that won the Australian National Championships in 2016 and were silver medallists in 2017.