Showing posts with label Manual. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Manual. Show all posts

Thursday, November 16, 2017

A Must Read For Every Medical Student and Clinician - The Wills Eye Manual

A Must Read For Every Medical Student and Clinician - The Wills Eye Manual

Every English major owns a collection of Norton anthologies and Penguin classics. Every law student owns a copy of Jill Poole's standard textbook on contract law. Every nursing student owns a copy of Grey's Anatomy. Every ophthalmology student and every resident completing an ophthalmology rotation must own Wills Eye Manual; it has no equal, and you cannot find a reliable substitute. Just as naturally, automatically, predictably, and inevitably as internists and primary care physicians invest in high-quality stethoscopes, eye-care professionals invest in the latest, most up-to-date edition of Wills.


Not surprisingly, well-schooled and long-experienced ophthalmologists find Wills Eye Manual more useful as an essential office ornament than a tool in everyday practice-the equivalent of a thesaurus for Herman Melville or a "how-to-draw-a-girl" book for Leonardo DaVinci. They know the manual as if they had written it themselves. The specialists' objections, however, prove the manual's utility for general practitioners. When the specialist complains, "The book has nothing but the fundamentals-basic symptoms, essential treatments, and very simple figures and illustrations," the generalists nod heartily, saying, "Exactly!"


Now in its fifth edition, Wills Eye Manual remains "the gold standard" of eye-care references. Of course, it still details the fundamentals of ophthalmological diagnosis and treatment, but it has a whole new and much-improved look. For the first time, editors and designers have included glossy pages replete with colour photographs; and they have simplified quick look-ups with tabs and headings in colour. The editors--Ehlers, Shah, Fenton, and Hoskins--wisely have kept the manual's efficient, logical outline design; and they skillfully have balanced essential clinical terms with everyday language. In many cases, they add notes and anecdotes from exemplary cases, suggesting examples professionals may follow or warning about common mistakes that complicate patients' disorders or injuries.


The publishers also collaborated with IT professionals at Skyscape, digitizing the fifth edition of Wills Eye Manual, and making it more readily accessible to physicians in emergency rooms and high-volume clinics. The entire fifth edition of the manual, including its supplemental chapters, large appendices, and Pharmacopoeia are available on CD-Rom for Windows operating systems. Skyscape subscribers also may view the manual online. Moreover, Skyscape has released the fifth edition of Wills Eye Manual for handheld computers that use the Palm operating system. Every clinician and front-line caregiver now has Wills Eye Manual within easy reach.



Bianca Worsley is a health writer. To get the best price on The Wills Eye Manual and other excellent ophthalmology books please visit http://willseyemanual.com/

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Manual Article Submission - How To Do It

Manual Article Submission - How To Do It
Are you one of those article marketers who spend so much time manually submitting your copies to directories? Do you wish you can cut your submission time without sacrificing quality? Well then, here are some tips on how you can make the whole process organized:

First thing to do is to create an excel file that contains all the links of all the directories where you would like your articles to be published. Prioritize those sites that have high page ranking and those that are usually visited by online users. Clicking on the links instead of manually typing the name of the sites will surely help you save some time. Also, keep in mind that you don't have to submit your articles to all existing article directories in the online arena. You can just ignore those that are not indexed by major search engines as they cannot help you get the kind of exposure you need.


Organize your articles. List down all the requirements of article directories that you plan to use and use these as your guide when writing your articles.


If you want to get your articles published on ezinearticles for example, you would want to start your articles with a summary followed by the title. You can then continue writing your article content. After that, list down the keywords that you're targeting followed by your resource box. Doing this will help you avoid from going back and forth. Instead of typing the same information over and over again, you can just copy and paste.


Read the terms of service of article directories. The last thing that you would like to happen is to get your articles rejected. You surely don't want to waste your time revising and resubmitting them, right? So, do the process right the first time. Before you start manually distributing your articles, read and understand the requirements of different directories and make sure that you follow them religiously. What I did when I was just starting out is I made quick notes of the do's and don'ts of major directories. This really helped.


Submit your articles to specific, most appropriate categories. Publish your articles under the most appropriate categories so they'll become much easier to find online. For example, if you're writing about ice cube diet, you should place your articles under health and fitness: Diets instead of just health and fitness.


Check your articles. Before you click that submit button, make sure that your articles are free from grammar and spelling errors. Also, ensure that they do not contain links or blatant ads. They must also be well-written and not copied from other online or offline resources. Your articles must contain at least 300 words and they must not contain unacceptable content such as terrorism, gambling, etc.


Always check the email that you're using on article directories. These sites usually send confirmation email once your articles have been published. They also send email if your articles were rejected and will advice you on how to your revise your articles so they'll meet their requirements.



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