How to present the findings of research.

Abstract

Providing an account of research involves telling a story during which four key questions are answered: why did you start, what did you do, what did you find out and what does it mean? It is the third of these--what did you find out--that is at the heart of any research paper. Ensuring that the key messages emerge from the data is the duty of the author and requires considerable skill and craft.

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@article{Davies2001HowTP, title={How to present the findings of research.}, author={Huw Talfryn Oakley Davies}, journal={Hospital medicine}, year={2001}, volume={62 10}, pages={631-3} }