The abstract is the most widely read part of your manuscript, and therefore must be both effective and attractive. Your abstract must provide a coherent, concise, and convincing summary of your research objective, methodology, main findings, and conclusions.
The abstract is an important part of the peer review process; reviewers often decide whether they wish to review an article based on the title and abstract. As many indexing and archiving databases include only the title and abstract, an accurate and readable abstract is essential to ensuring the full text of your article is accessed.
At Research-Medics, we appreciate the value of a standout abstract that identifies the novelty and significance of your research while also following the guidelines and style of your target journal.