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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…

President's Message - Volume 23, Issue

I can't believe that we are now at the end of 2014 – the ideal time to look back upon the achievements of the past year and opportunities for 2015. One of the greatest landmarks was the launch of the revamped EMWA website in March. With a new look…

The Light Stuff - Volume 23, Issue

Anecdotes and quotes related (more or less) to scientific writing   Pigeons are like editors, they both do the icky to your most cherished work, but at least pigeons don't say, Now it really sings. Cecil Adams, The Straight Dope Ignorant people…

Medical Writing Teaching - Volume 25, Issue

A novice’s experiment with a wiki on a writing course A wiki? What is that? The name ‘wiki’ was probably what attracted me most about using this e-learning tool in my teaching. As a New Zealander, I associated the word with the Maori terms ‘waaka’…


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