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|Title:||Free Medical Information Doctor = Publisher|
|Authors:||Kamps, Bernd Sebastian|
|Abstract:||Today, doctors can be publishers – computer technology and the internet make it possible, and book projects are tempting in terms of money. A doctor who publishes his own textbooks can earn many times what he would be paid in royalties by a publishing house. More important than this, however, is the fact that a doctor who writes and publishes wants his texts to be read by as many colleagues, students and patients as possible. The best way to achieve this is through free parallel publication of these texts on the internet|
|Description:||Free Medical Information describes how to produce a successful medical textbook: from defining the project, selecting the co-authors and fixing the deadlines to building the website, printing, marketing, distributing, and negotiating with the sponsors. 15 years of experience help to avoid the pitfalls. A book for future publishers and authors, for doctors and students – for all those who would like to know how medical textbooks are produced today.|
|Appears in Collections:||საზოგადოებრივი ჯანდაცვა|
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