Publishing a Master’s Thesis: A Guide for Novice Authors

@inproceedings{Resta2009PublishingAM,
  title={Publishing a Master’s Thesis: A Guide for Novice Authors},
  author={Robert G Resta and Patricia McCarthy Veach and Sarah Lucy Charles and Kristen J. Vogel and Terri Blase and Christina G. S. Palmer},
  booktitle={Journal of Genetic Counseling},
  year={2009}
}
Publication of original research, clinical experiences, and critical reviews of literature are vital to the growth of the genetic counseling field, delivery of genetic counseling services, and professional development of genetic counselors. Busy clinical schedules, lack of time and funding, and training that emphasizes clinical skills over research skills may make it difficult for new genetic counselors to turn their thesis projects into publications. This paper summarizes and elaborates upon a… CONTINUE READING
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