The Dr. Antoni Esteve Foundation publishes the Cuaderno Cómo elaborar un proyecto en ciencias de la salud, a manual that brings together the experience in the development and evaluation of research projects of a number of professionals in Spain and Europe. Coordinated by Blanca Lumbreras (Professor of the Department of Public Health at the Miguel Hernández University of Alicante), Elena Ronda and Mª Teresa Ruiz Cantero (both professors of preventive medicine and public health at the University of Alicante), its aim is to illustrate what to include and how to construct a research project.
This book is designed to help you lose your fear of qualitative research. For this reason, we have sought to use simple, accessible language that will help researchers to get started in research using the simplest techniques known: listening, observing and reading. This book is especially aimed at those who are starting out in qualitative research and need to respond to a doctoral thesis, a Master's thesis or a Bachelor's thesis.
Baiget, T; Torres-Salinas, D. APEI Report. Publication in scientific journals. 2013.
This manual presents the aspects that must be taken into account in order to write and publish scientific articles of sufficient quality to be accepted in high impact journals. The main topics covered are: generalities about technical and scientific publications, journal quality indexes, metadata, formal aspects, article sections, writing, illustrations, peer review process, ethics, open access publication, professional marketing and article promotion.
On 7 May 2015 at the University of Girona, the Dr. Antonio Esteve Foundation presented Developing skills in scientific writing, a comprehensive manual to help scientists improve their writing of articles in English. Written by John Giba, American author of several publications on biomedical English, this new book complements the course with the same title organised by the Dr. Antonio Esteve Foundation throughout Spain.
Day, Robert A. How to write and publish scientific papers. Pan American Health Org, 2005.
ROBERT A. DAY is a professor of English at the University of Delaware, where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in scientific and technical writing. For 19 years he directed the publishing programme of the American Society for Microbiology and was managing editor of the Journal of Bacteriology and eight other scientific journals published by the ASM. He was then Director of ISI Press. He is a past president of the Society for Scholarly Publishing and of the Council of Biology Editors. He is also the author of Scientific English: A Guide for Scientists and Other Professionals, second edition, published by Oryx Press in 1995.