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Creating Compelling Research Narrative Workshop

July 11 @ 10:00 am 3:00 pm EDT

In the Creating Compelling Research Narrative 5-hour short course, you will learn narrative concepts, identify those concepts in various pieces of scientific writing, and put those concepts into practice to craft an effective research story so you can write more effective grant proposals, manuscripts, and more.

This five-hour hands-on writing bootcamp covers several approaches to create compelling research narrative and is led by expert instructors with more than two decades of experience providing research writing, editing, and training for researchers worldwide. This intensive will lead you through detailed examples, revise writing in guided group settings with instructors, and then put those lessons into practice on your own writing. Thus, we encourage you to bring a draft in progress (e.g., grant proposal, research manuscript), so this workshop can directly impact an active writing project. Participants also will come away with an SOP for writing logically and will learn some additional narrative tricks and tips to entice and engage readers on their science.

Investigators at all career stages are welcome to attend, and we particularly encourage research trainees and early-stage investigators to participate.

Additional Information:

To register for this training, you must have:
1. Written at least one thesis chapter, manuscript, or grant
2. A grant or manuscript that is in progress is strongly encouraged, but not required to attend this training.

Visit the training website for details: https://www.publichealth.columbia.edu/academics/non-degree-special-programs/professional-non-degree-programs/skills-health-research-professionals-sharp-training/creating-compelling-research-narrative

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Contact the Workshop Team: Columbia.Narrative@gmail.com