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Online plain English and readability resources - Volume 24, Issue

To encourage individuals and businesses to write in simpler, more readable English, private and government-backed enterprises have created a number of freely available online resources. While most relate to general English use, some are devoted to…

Getting more out of PowerPoint® - Volume 23, Issue

PowerPoint® is unavoidable in today's society. It is equally loved and hated. Although it is ubiquitous, many users of the program fail to understand why their presentations are not achieving the desired effects. The answer to this lies in part…

In the Bookstores - Volume 24, Issue

There are no new book reviews in this issue of Medical Writing. However, upcoming book reviews in future issues of the journal should include: Writing for Science Journals: Tips, Tricks, and a Learning Planwritten by Geoffrey Hart and reviewed by…

AuthorAID: An international service and chance to serve - Volume 22, Issue

Medical and other researchers in developing countries conduct much valuable research. Yet difficulties in writing and publication often prevent this research from being widely known. AuthorAID (, a project of the…

Profile: An interview with Fernando Navarro on the brand new platform ‘Cosnautas’ - Volume 23, Issue

Some people may still not be aware of the big news last summer in the Spanish medical translation and writing world: Fernando Navarro's Libro Rojo (translated as ‘Red Book’, one of the most authoritative English to Spanish dictionaries of medicine)…

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

The Webscout - Volume 25, Issue

Whatever topic you are interested in, you will find relevant educational content on the web. The media used range from written texts, slide decks, and animated videos to interactive webinars or online classes. You will also find helpful resources on…

So, you want to be a medical journalist? - Volume 26, Issue

What are the differences between medical journalism and medical writing? To find out, the authors reviewed several health-related publications and online resources, and interviewed two senior medical journalists. We learned that medical journalism…

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…

EMWA news - Volume 21, Issue

News from the EMWA Website Manager   New role At the recent EMWA conference held in Cyprus, I assumed the position of EMWA Website Manager. While this is a daunting task, it is a challenge I am pleased to take on. To ensure that I was in a…

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