The Health Sciences Writing Centre at the University of Toronto offers free 45 minute one-on-one consultations with a writing instructor for students at the Faculty of Dentistry. You can bring your thesis, thesis chapter(s), conference presentations or publications at any stage of the writing process to learn more about planning, organization, researching, writing or editing your written work. Appointments must be booked in advance. For more information please visit the Health Sciences Writing Centre website.
The Health Sciences Writing Centre also has an informative online Writing Guide with some helpful information on writing.
The Writing at University of Toronto website offers students and instructors (e.g. teaching assistants) information about writing courses, writing workshops, advice pages for writing and has great resources for English as a Second Language students to help them improve their English writing skills.
The Graduate Centre for Academic Communication (GCAC) offers workshops for graduate students throughout the year on topics such as grant writing, thesis proposals, presentations, literature reviews, and publishing. They also provide many helpful courses for multilingual graduate students looking to improve their academic communication skills.
Visit the University of Toronto School of Graduate Studies webpage on Thesis and Dissertation Writing Support for more information about writing support resources, such as graduate writing groups and roundtables.
Here is a sampling of some of the books at U of T about writing a thesis or writing a publication.
Here are some of the general medical writing books in the U of T catalogue.
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