“Writing, at its best, is a lonely life."

-Ernest Hemingway

The purpose of Write Club is to make writing less lonely and to pool resources to motivate and help each other complete our writing projects. We'll meet at SACHS in San Bernardino from 10 am to 3 pm on every 4th Friday. Most of the day will be individual work, but you'll have other people to bounce your ideas off of when you're stuck. Bring your research project, a presentation you're working on, or any academic writing project that you want to work on. Upload helpful resources that you find here.

Welcome to Write Club.

The first rule of Write Club is: you will talk about writing in Write Club.

The second rule of Write Club is: you WILL talk about writing in Write Club!

Third rule of Write Club: if someone yells “stop!”, goes limp, or taps out, we order lunch.

Fourth rule: silence is productive, not awkward.

Fifth rule: one AirPlay connection at a time, guys.

Sixth rule: we use Google docs. No Word, no WordPerfect, no Pages.

Seventh rule: writing will go on as long as it needs to.

And the eighth and final rule: if this is your first time at Write Club, you have to write.

Writing Tips

Writing Tips
General Organization of a Research Paper.pdf
Davidson EMA 2012 How to write a scientific paper.pdf
Hall How to write a case report.pdf
Hall How to Write a Paper.pdf

"Rosetta Stone" methodology guideline papers

Chart review in EM:

Gilbert Annals of EM 1996 Chart review methods.pdf

Writing an educational study:

Acad Med 2016 Characteristics of RIME Papers that Make the Cut.pdf
Picho JGME 2016 7 Deadly Sins in Educational Research.pdf
Norman Adv in Health Sci Ed 2014 12 tips to not get your paper published.pdf
Sullivan JGME 2012 Writing educational studies for publication.pdf
Kanter Academic Medicine 2008 Toward Better Descriptions of Innovations.pdf