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Authorship in forensic psychiatry: a perspective
The journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Authorship in forensic psychiatry is a life-long commitment to learning, creativity, and professional growth. Forensic psychiatrists are writers, by choice and by necessity. The key concepts to effective writing in forensic psychiatry are "process" and a "workman-like approach." The process of writing is not a dash to the finish line, but is more akin to a leisurely, enjoyable walk. A workman-like approach to writing ensures that the author's writing is a process, not an event. Effectivepmid:17389340 fatcat:6ffolww2kzbejifbk2qz2p2efm