Introduction to the Graduate Student Experience Developing the Supervisory Relationship and Opportunities for Funding Critical Reading and Writing: Essential Strategies The Thesis Proposal Writing and Editing the Thesis Writing the Introduction Chapter Searching and Evaluating the Literature Writing Up your Literature Review Writing Up the Methods, Results, and Final Chapters Disseminating your work: Presentations and Conferences Disseminating Knowledge through Publication Pulling into the Station: Final Tasks
Dena Bain Taylor is Director of the Health Sciences Writing Centre at the University of Toronto.
'This is a practical and engaging guide to completing a
dissertation or thesis. Drawing on the author's extensive
experience and expertise, the book contains a raft of insights,
hints and tips. It will be of great value to all post-graduate
students of nursing and midwifery.'
Writing is at the heart of academic life. Through this concise guide, Dena Bain Taylor has not only provided an invaluable resource for graduate students learning to master writing and critical thinking, she has provided excellent suggestions for navigating the realms of presenting and publishing.
-- Elizabeth Peter, Associate Professor in the Lawrence S.
Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto