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How to Get Your Research Published

  • Creator:   Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
  • Updated:   11/12/2019
  • Contains:  14 items
PRS Articles discussed and referenced during "How to Get your Paper Published" Lectures.

Additional Resources: Learn more about study-design, outcomes, and levels of evidence in this PRS collection: "Evidence-Based Medicine: How-to Articles"

Watch the following video on PRS Global Open for a full 2-hour course:

"Getting Your Paper in Shape for PRS and PRS Global Open" Teaching Course from PSTM 16

Read the PRS Global Open Editorial to learn more about predatory publishing: "Predator-in-Chief: Wolves in Editors’ Clothing"


Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 19:43
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery April 2019, Volume 143, Issue 4;

When taking photographs, changing the lighting, positioning, or patient expression can dramatically affect the apparent results. These manipulations can create more striking results than the surgery or procedure itself. This lecture highlights the way that photographic images can give false impressions about clinical results and showcases ways to identify manipulated photos.

Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.

Keywords: Cosmetic; aesthetic; plastic surgery; photography; photo; ethics; clinical; pre-operative; post-operative; patient; lighting; positioning; facial expression; photo manipulation;