What’s in the handbook?
Are groundbreaking results enough to make your paper interesting for fellow researchers and readers? They will certainly grab the readers’ attention, but what would make your paper remarkable is an impactful Discussion section that would provide meaning and perspective to those exciting results.
Most authors will agree that writing the Discussion section is slightly tricky. What should this section include? What should it exclude? Should it just be a repetition of the results section? Is there a certain way of writing it? This handbook makes it easy to master the art of writing an effective Discussion with the help of samples, tips, and easy-to-follow guidelines.
About the author
Sneha Kulkarni is Managing Editor and Senior Writer & Editor, Editage Insights. She has over seven years’ experience of working with authors. Her passion to bridge the communication gap in the research community led her to her current role of developing and designing content for researchers and authors. She writes original discussion and comment articles that provide researchers and publishers a platform to voice their opinion.
Sneha likes to keep abreast of the latest developments and trends in the publishing industry and publishes content that helps researchers, publishers, and industry experts as well to stay ahead of the curve. Her interest in understanding the malpractices rampant in academia and ways to counter them led her to publish a paper in Learned Publishing titled “What causes peer review scams and how can they be prevented?” (DOI 10.1002/leap.1031). The complete list of her published content can be found here: https://www.editage.com/insights/users/sneha-kulkarni.
Early career researchers in particular