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Effective authoring of clinical study reports: A companion guide - Volume 23, Issue

‘Why write a clinical study report (CSR)? What are the guidance documents? Can I interpret them? Can I deliver my CSR on time?’ This article addresses these questions – and others, provides a companion guide to CSR authoring for preregistration drug…

The clinical study protocol and medical writing: A good fit? - Volume 23, Issue

The characteristics of the clinical study protocol (CSP) are discussed with regard to (i) its structure and (ii) its development process. The benefits of medical-writing involvement into both aspects are highlighted. In particular, medical writers…

Layperson summaries of clinical trial results: Useful resources in the vacuum of regulatory guidance - Volume 24, Issue

To meet the requirements of the clinical trial regulation, preparation for the publication of lay summaries on the European database should be undertaken as soon as possible. However, as of July 2015 (at the time of writing this article), no…

Transferring regulation into practice: The challenges of the new layperson summary of clinical trial results - Volume 24, Issue

The new European Clinical Trials Regulation, published on 27 May 2014, requires sponsors to provide summary results of clinical trials in a format that is understandable to laypersons. The lay summary is to be made publicly available in the yet to…

The EMWA Budapest Working Group: A 2-year collaboration to make recommendations for aligning the ICH E3 guideline with current practice and developing clinical study protocol guidance - Volume 23, Issue

International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH) E6 and ICH E3, developed nearly 20 years ago, are the current regulatory guidance documents for developing clinical study protocols (CSPs) and clinical study reports (CSRs). Ambiguity in the…

Good clinical practice (GCP): A universal call for ethics in biomedical research - Volume 23, Issue

Today, the principles of good clinical practice (GCP) form such an integral part of the development of new medicines that they could easily be taken for granted. Yet, the road to a universal code of ethics in human experimentation is paved with…

Some considerations on the safety evaluation section of clinical study reports for studies with anticancer drugs - Volume 21, Issue

The International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH) guideline E3 describes the structure and content of clinical study reports (CSRs). However, this standard structure should be interpreted according to the type of study and data, including…

Learning and teaching clinical writing - Volume 22, Issue

Clinical writing, a specialised type of medical writing, refers to the types of writing health professionals use on a daily basis such as medical charts and forms. It requires knowledge of both formal and informal medical language and culture. An…

Implications of clinical trial data sharing for medical writers - Volume 22, Issue

Major clinical research funders are increasingly adopting policies supporting or mandating data sharing. These moves should improve the transparency and availability of clinical trial data and are likely to impact the work and responsibilities of…

Working with authors to develop high-quality, ethical clinical manuscripts: Guidance for the professional medical writer - Volume 23, Issue

One measure of career success for clinical researchers is reporting their findings in a peer-reviewed journal. Writing a clinical manuscript that has impact and relevance to their intended audience is crucial for publication success. However,…

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