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ASCP Insights

Writing, Reviewing, and Publishing Scientific Articles, Part 2: Demystifying the Manuscript Submission Process

Leslie Citrome, MD, MPH

Published: May 21, 2000

Editor of the ASCP Corner shares his thoughts, especially for early career psychiatrists, on writing and submitting your manuscript in such a way as to remove fear from the process and increase your chances of acceptance.

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