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Networking effectively: Essential for being successful in business - Volume 21, Issue

One of the keys to being successful in business is the ability to network effectively. Making efficient use of the interactive communication tools available to you today, such as business networking websites like LinkedIn, Plaxo, and Xing and…

EMWA social media team - Volume 23, Issue

As most of you already know, EMWA is currently using social media to interact with its members on a daily basis, to share information and promote discussions. Social media are not just sources of information but also ways of interacting with…

Regulatory Writing: Review process in regulatory writing - Volume 24, Issue

Recently, Phil Leventhal posed the question ‘What does it take to go from being a good medical writer to an excellent one?’ on EMWA's LinkedIn Discussion Group. My impression is that the responses were written largely with medical communications…

Lingua Franca and Beyond - Volume 24, Issue

Writing is something that I have always loved. Actually, as a teenager I would have studied literature, but I changed my mind at the last year at school. I became a paediatrician instead for a few years but then little by little, my career turned…

Out On Our Own - Volume 21, Issue

Another summer has come and gone. In this issue of OOOO, we are happy to feature Paul Woolley's novel approach of comparing employment and freelancing. I am sure many of us can identify with some of the points he raises. We thank Debbie Jordan for…

Profile: An interview with Phil Leventhal - Volume 25, Issue

How and why EMWA members should contribute to the journal At the beginning of this year, Medical Writing (MEW) changed from Maney Publishing to Hastings Printing Company. This has allowed the journal to dispense with the need for copyright transfer…

EMWA News - Volume 25, Issue

Baby alarm in the Social Media Team! The future of EMWA’s social media team is secured as we are expecting three babies. Utmost efforts have been taken to ensure they are equally distributed across the Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn teams.Seriously,…

Medical writing in paediatrics: Children and the future - Volume 21, Issue

‘Children are one-third of our population and all of our future.’ Select Panel for the Promotion of Child Health, 1981 With the falling birth rate I wonder if they still are a third of the population, but there is no doubt that they are our…

Letter from the Editor - Volume 25, Issue

A step – no a leap – forward In 2012, the journal’s precursor, The Write Stuff, became Medical Writing under the guidance of then Editor-in-Chief Elise Langdon-Neuner. The Write Stuff had been managed almost single-handedly by Elise, and the shift…

Message from the President - Volume 22, Issue

Dear colleagues Time really does fly when you're having fun: I'm writing my third message since becoming EMWA President in May! The 37th EMWA Conference in Barcelona was an exciting event in a great location. We welcomed 102 new members, and 240…

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Medical Writing is a quarterly publication that aims to educate and inform medical writers in Europe and beyond. Each issue focuses on a specific theme, and all issues include feature articles and regular columns on topics relevant to the practice of medical writing. We welcome articles providing practical advice to medical writers; guidelines and reviews/summaries/updates of guidelines published elsewhere; original research; opinion pieces; interviews; and review articles.

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