Public Abstract of Your Paper: help spread knowledge rather than ignorance.

Why do it?

  • To draw interest to your publication, both clicks and downloads as well as citations improve your metrics. 

  • To increase likelihood of your work being picked up by other media channels.

  • To clearly demonstrate the impact and value of your work to the public.

  • To allow you to improve the impact statements on your next grant application.

  • To improve your lab / personal website.

  • Because it costs a tiny sliver relative to the the total cost of your project but can have a relatively substantial impact on your message and career. 

Examples

Clinical

Prevalence of Oncologists in Distress: Systematic review and meta-analysis (see paper here).

Systematic review of outcome domains and instruments used in clinical trials of tinnitus treatments in adults.

See the study page by clicking here.

Science Communication

Review of science communication practices by Sam Illingworth (see original paper by clicking here).

Psychology

Examining coaching practices (original paper here).

Examining employment assessment centres ratings (original paper here).

Dr Adam McNamara trading as ScienceSplained.

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