AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractWhen we list the areas of practice for medical illustrators we always include research, but how involved in research are we? The aim of this activity is to encourage your professional development not just as a medical illustrator but your involvement with research whether that is undertaking your own research, undertaking evidence based practice (1) , working as part of a research team, advising researchers on the value of medical illustration or supporting a student undertaking a research project for their degree or post-graduate qualification.
CitationAre you a researcher as well as a medical illustrator? 2013, 36 (3-4):150-2 J Vis Commun Med
JournalJournal of visual communication in medicine
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