This is an excellent, beautifully organized article describing the elements of a scholarly article. It offers tips on preparing to write, the process of developing sections, and helpful tips on style and language mechanics. Sections: Planning Your Article; Writing Your Article, Rewriting and Polishing Your Article, Some Matters of Style, Publishing Your Article.
This article gives guidelines, in a user-friendly checklist format, to aid authors, reviewers, editors, students, and instructors with elements of a scholarly article. Even if using a different style from APA, the article provides guidance for the elements in each section in a scholarly manuscript: how to write the Abstract, Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, and Conclusions.
Framework (online) of sections of SQUIRE styled article, with links within each section to further details. External links to SQUIRE resources. The SQUIRE guidelines are intended for reports that describe system level work to improve the quality, safety, and value of healthcare, and used methods to establish that observed outcomes were due to the intervention(s).
This article's aim is to present a conceptual framework for scientific writing that has been used in medical education and to demonstrate how it could be used to structure educational programs to teach novice nursing scholars about scientific writing. Excellent diagram of components of sections of scholarly article, described in brief text blocks.