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Origin and development of English for Medical Purposes. Part II: Research on spoken medical English - Volume 23, Issue

In the second part of the review on ‘English for Medical Purposes’, I present the main results of the research conducted on spoken interaction in medical settings. I start with those EMP studies that have a clear pedagogical goal, followed by EMP…

Medical postcard from Australia, the world's largest island - Volume 22, Issue

The Australasian Medical Writers Association (AMWA) comprises about 300 journalists, writers, editors, and health professionals based in Australia and nearby island nations, particularly New Zealand and Fiji. AMWA has held a popular conference

Lessons from building an accredited medical conference: Design and delivery - Volume 25, Issue

Participation in meetings and events by healthcare professionals is part of their continuing professional development, and it is a requirement for organisers to gain accreditation for continuing professional development in order to attract…

Abstracts from the EMWA Spring Conference Poster Session - Volume 25, Issue

At this year’s Spring Conference, EMWA was delighted to introduce a poster session. There was a wide variety of posters available – all relating to aspects of medical writing or of relevance to medical writers. The poster session is an excellent…

Medical Communications - Volume 22, Issue

Having left the office for 5 days to go to the EMWA Spring Conference, I returned to the obligatory email avalanche. While it was mostly junk (and unfortunately still no ‘congratulations on winning the lottery’ message…), there were some messages…

Medical Communications - Volume 22, Issue

Meeting reports are an aspect of ‘medical’ and other technical writing that has had little discussion. The following might be of interest to medical writers asked to provide rapid, reliable, objective reports of various types of meeting. The United…

Medical Communications - Volume 26, Issue

Well here’s a sentence I never thought I’d write: In this issue we learn how the Argentine Tango can make us better writers. Really! When our contributor, Susanne Geercken, told me that this was the topic she’d  chosen, I was both intrigued and…

Abstracts from 44th EMWA conference Poster session - Volume 26, Issue

At this year’s Spring Conference in Birmingham, UK, EMWA held its second annual poster session. Six poster presentations were selected from abstracts submitted to the Educational Committee. Abstracts could be on any subject related to medical

Entering medical communications as a non-native English speaker - Volume 27, Issue

The third EMWA Internship Forum will be held on May 3, 2018 at the forthcoming spring conference in Barcelona. As the language of international medical communications is almost exclusively English, have you ever wondered what it takes for a…

Medical Devices - Volume 27, Issue

The spring EMWA conference held in Barcelona is now behind us – and what a conference it was for medical device writers and those who want to become one! A full symposium day on medical devices with more than 200 registrants and two fully booked…

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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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