Many authors, and editors, think this is the most difficult part of a paper to write well and have described it variously to be the ŉarrating the story of your research’, ‘the movie or the main scientific script’ and the ‘proof of the pudding’. The idea of a discussion is to communicate to the readers the importance of your observations and the results of all your hard work. In this section, you are expected to infer their meaning and explain the importance of your results and finally provide specific suggestions for future research [1, 2]. The discussion places the outcome into a larger context and mentions the implications of the inferences for theoretical and practical purposes .
|Title of host publication
|How to Practice Academic Medicine and Publish from Developing Countries? A Practical Guide
|Number of pages
|Published - 1 Jan 2021