A proven method to establish a sustainable writing habit.
WAGs (Writing Accountability Groups) are a habit-building method originally developed for busy faculty members in academic medicine. WAGs aims to make scholarly writing automatic, mechanical and as routine as tying your shoes!
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"What has worked best for me is to write every day, even if only briefly, and to remind myself that everything I do towards completing a manuscript counts, whether it’s re-checking analyses or formatting a table. That way I feel like I make some progress daily. Thank you so much for bringing WAGs to (Johns Hopkins)!"
Brian Buta, MHS
Johns Hopkins Center on Aging and Health
“After my first WAG I noticed that although I do a lot of writing, my manuscripts are always last priority. Other writing projects have deadlines, (e.g. grants, IRB protocols) but papers can always wait. I decided that my goal for the group would be to spend 30 minutes writing on my manuscript each day, no matter what other types of writing I did that day. If everything goes well I could have a total of 11 publications this year.”
Michelle Eakin, M.A., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine