Infographic: How to Write A Clinical Case Report

June 23, 2016 Charles Young

Good case reports, whether they be from medicine, nursing, veterinary medicine or other disciplines, have the potential to make a positive contribution to global health outcomes and clinical understanding. In this infographic, Dr Charles Young, Editor-in-Chief of open access journal Clinical Case Reports, gives an overview of what makes a good case report, and offers his three top tips to think about when writing a case report.

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Charles Young

Editor-in-Chief, Clinical Case Reports // Dr. Charles Young is a practicing emergency physician at St Thomas' Hospital in London, Vice President for Clinical Solutions at Wiley, and is the Editor-in-Chief of Clinical Case Reports.

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