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Volume 16, Issue 4, April 2012, ISBN 1832 620X
 

New PHCRIS Fact Sheets

Louise Baird, PHCRIS

PHCRIS Fact SheetsPHCRIS recently produced two Fact Sheets: Writing great abstracts and PHC information & knowledge at your fingertips.

Writing great abstracts
An abstract is a short piece of writing that presents the essential elements of a larger work in a powerful manner. If you are having trouble writing them and need guidance, or want to improve your abstracts writing skills then this Fact Sheet is a must for you. It starts with explaining what an abstract is and goes on to clarify what an abstract should include, how to make your abstract stand out amongst the others, final checks before submitting and a list of useful resources and references to help you submit the best work you can.

PHC information & knowledge at your fingertip
The PHCRIS website holds a wealth of information and this Fact Sheet gives you a quick look into what is available. If you have asked yourself any of the following questions then we have the answers for you:

  • How do I stay on top of everything PHC?
  • How do I inform my evidence based decision making?
  • Where can I get PHC data?
  • Where can I get help collecting the data?
  • Where can I find PHC researchers, projects & more?

Plus how to subscribe FREE to PHCRIS resources and publications

Talk to us today and ask how we can help!

These PHCRIS Fact Sheets can be found on-line at <www.phcris.org.au/factsheets/>

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