Subscribing and Contributing to an Industry Publication
Your ability to do your job as a dentist relies significantly on the training you received in medical school. However, to some degree it also relies on the continued training you receive during your career as well as the input you get from your fellow dentists.
The knowledge you share with your peers can make all of the difference in the type of care that patients receive. When you have information you would like to share with your fellow dentists, you may want to publish an article on an industry website, at a continued education seminar, or in an implant dentistry magazine that you can subscribe and contribute to today.
Following the Editorial Guidelines
You might be an exceptional dentist. However, your medical expertise does not necessarily make you a writing expert.
Because you want your peers to understand fully what you are explaining to them, you will be required to follow the editorial guidelines for writing and submitting an article. The guidelines ensure you are using proper grammar and punctuation.
They are not difficult to follow along or use. As long as your article meets these guidelines, it could be approved and published in the next edition of the journal.
Of course, if you write an article for the publication, you also will want to subscribe to it so you can read your own contribution. You do not have to write a check or mail it to the company in order to subscribe to the publication. You can click on the button on the website and sign up for a subscription at your leisure.
Once you are fully subscribed, you can then access both the current and back issues of the publication. You have access to the archives, which are available on the website. You can get caught up with reading the latest industry news.
As a dentist, you may want to share as much information about your profession with your fellow dentists. You can subscribe to and submit articles to the publication. The journal offers editorial guidelines for better readability of your submissions.