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Writing visually for medical writers - Volume 21, Issue

Although content is obviously important for effective documents, the look of a document is also important. If you want someone to read a document, it should be pleasant to look at, and if you want the document to be used, the information should be…

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Instructions for Authors SCOPE Medical Writing , the official journal of EMWA (the European Medical Writers Association), is a quarterly journal that aims to educate, inform, and entertain medical writers. Medical Writing publishes themed issues…

The joys of outlining in medical writing - Volume 21, Issue

Using an outline to organize your writing project can help keep you on a straight path and avoid wandering into wastelands of irrelevance. There are various formats – the classic hierarchal model, the IMRAD system used for research reports, the…

On educating the medical writer - Volume 22, Issue

Most medical writers received their education on the job rather than through formal education. These writers may have gaps in knowledge when compared with lists of competencies published by professional organisations in the clinical research and…

Gained in Translation - Volume 24, Issue

Welcome to my second Gained in Translation editorial! Translation consulting networks are an interesting ‘assisted-translation tool’, which have had a remarkable appeal for professionals in the field since the late 1990s. Newsgroups, online…

Troublesome words - Volume 26, Issue

Medical writing tends to contain longer, less common, words than English fiction, and they are here termed troublesome words. Troublesome words are an indicator of poor style, and often point to grammatical errors. An easy way to start improving…

Out On Our Own - Volume 22, Issue

The EMWA autumn conference is always so well placed in November, giving us the chance to meet friends and colleagues before the onslaught of traditional end of year festivities. Barcelona's conference was no exception. We were pleased to welcome new …

The launch publication for Clarity and Openness in Reporting: E3-based (CORE) Reference

The 2 year EMWA-AMWA CORE Reference project resulted in the publication of the open-access CORE Reference at http://www.core-reference.org on 03 May 2016. The full peer-reviewed publication supporting the launch of CORE Reference: Hamilton S,…

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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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