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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…

Six communication rules for scientific presentations and writing - Volume 26, Issue

In our daily work as coaches and writing trainers, we often work with young scientists who are at the beginning of their careers. When they want to publish their first scientific research paper or when they decide to give their first lecture at an…

Are stem cells the future of healthcare? - Volume 21, Issue

Stem cell technology holds a key, although arguably not an exclusive position, in the future of healthcare. Alongside two other candidates worthy of this mantle – personalized cancer medicine and vaccine development – all three healthcare…

Project management in medical publication writing: A less explored avenue in pharmaceutical companies and clinical research organisations - Volume 25, Issue

Drug development forms the core of the pharmaceutical industry. Medical writing is a key function in pharmaceutical companies and clinical research organisations that works on scientific publications and regulatory dossiers. Regulatory writing…

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…

The Webscout - Volume 24, Issue

Are we aware how different from each other presentations for lay audiences and those for professional experts are, even if they cover the same subject? Check these publications on pirfenidone, a drug against idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.

Medical Communication - Volume 22, Issue

I'm sitting down to write this having just returned from the DIA Euro meeting in Amsterdam. As always, it was a busy and successful meeting, with many ‘themes’ of presentations being given at once. However, this year there were many presentations

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…

AMWA-EMWA-ISMPP Joint Position Statement on the Role of Professional Medical Writers - Volume 26, Issue

This joint position statement of the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA), the European Medical Writers Association (EMWA), and the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals (ISMPP)    describes the appropriate role of…

Getting Your Foot in the Door - Volume 27, Issue

Landing the first medical writing job is not easy. Clare Chang’s contribution describes her journey, the challenges she faced, and the different measures she took to overcome these hurdles. EMWA is very much aware of these challenges, as addressed…

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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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