The below links reference the preliminary guidelines for writing and presenting scholarly work in the sciences.
ICMJE Recommendations: Authors and Authorship - The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) provides some brief tools and recommendations for authors publishing in the biomedical sciences.
The Equator Network - Equator is an international collection of guidelines and policy documents related to health research. Its numerous toolkits and resources effectively apply the standards of writing to various EBM studies in order to enhance the reliability of medical research literature.
PLoS Reporting Guidelines - While PLoS deals mostly with open access publishing, its reporting guidelines allow writers of health science papers to keep up to date on the essential strategies and trends in review articles.
AACC Guide to Scientific Writing - The American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) offers a very thorough and systematic guide to scientific writing, formatted as a series of educational articles on how to design and write scientific research papers for publication.
Guidelines on Style for Scientific Writing - A very generalized guide for creating and formatting your research report. It also acknowledges the guidelines from various institutional and open access resources.
Writing a Scientific Research Article - A brief overview and outline of the research report. This short summary also provides tips on tense and verbiage.
Scientific Reports - This is not only a helpful hints section for articulating your ideas, but offers a step-by-step, timed method by which writers can effectively communicate and evaluate their work.
Duke University Scientific Writing Resource - This is a separate research guide dedicated to writing for the sciences. It offers help with executing the research and drafting phase of your work.
Scitable's English Communication for Scientists - Published by the Nature group, this resource is an interactive tool for young writers who need help navigating the preliminary steps of scientific writing.