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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…

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…

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…

Why clinical study reports really matter - Volume 27, Issue

Clinical study reports (CSRs) have so far served as documents for drug approval, but not as a data source for further use in research and post-regulatory decision-making. Sound post-regulatory decisions also require data other than those available…

CORE Reference – a tool for modern clinical study reports in an era of increasing transparency and disclosure - Volume 27, Issue

CORE Reference (www.core-reference.org) facilitates the authoring of a content-driven clinical study report (CSR) that is as “public disclosure-ready” as possible. It has potential to increase the quality of final CSRs and enhance consistency within…

Preparing clinical study reports for external sharing - Volume 27, Issue

As the EMA refines its requirements for the external publishing of clinical study reports, the workload of medical writing teams is increasing to include robust processes for clinical study report anonymisation. Until now, life sciences firms have…

Report on the EMA Workshop on clinical trial data and transparency - Volume 22, Issue

Access to patient data gathered in clinical trials is a highly controversial and complex issue that needs to balance three aspects: the public right to transparency regarding data used to approve new medicines, protection of the data privacy rights…

Non-interventional Post-Authorisation Safety Studies (NI-PASS): A different type of report - Volume 23, Issue

Although Post-Authorisation Safety Studies (PASS) have been around since 2001, most regulatory writers would have been unaware of their existence until the recent changes in European regulations, which include mention of these studies as part of…

Study design made easy - Volume 25, Issue

Analysis of statistical data is an important part of any medical writer’s skill set, especially those professionals working in publication and regulatory areas. Under - standing the various study designs is key to a thorough understanding of study

Authorship of clinical trial documents - Volume 25, Issue

Authorship of publications has been the subject of much public debate; however, authorship of clinical trial documents such as clinical study protocols, clinical study reports, investigator’s brochures and inform ed consent forms has not really been…

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