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Veterinary regulatory writing in Europe - Volume 23, Issue

Regulatory writing for the veterinary pharmaceutical industry is in many ways similar to other types of regulatory writing, but there are also clear differences. This article outlines the veterinary regulatory structure in Europe and, in…

Document templates for medical writers - Volume 23, Issue

A document template is defined as ‘a file that serves as a starting point for a new document’. This article looks at the specialised templates used by medical writers in their trade with a focus on the commercially available products. Templates…

Package leaflets for medication in the EU: The possibility of integrating patients’ perspectives in a regulated genre? - Volume 24, Issue

Package leaflets (PLs) have been legally required to accompany medicines in the EU since 1999. Despite the best intentions and efforts, however, they are generally not well-received by the public for whom they are intended. This paper picks up on…

A shot at demystifying the risk management plan for medical writers - Volume 24, Issue

A risk management plan (RMP) is a complex regulatory document which is now required in the European Union as part of a medicine's approval process. This article offers practical guidance for medical writers who are interested in writing an RMP. In a…

Layperson summaries of clinical trial results: Useful resources in the vacuum of regulatory guidance - Volume 24, Issue

To meet the requirements of the clinical trial regulation, preparation for the publication of lay summaries on the European database should be undertaken as soon as possible. However, as of July 2015 (at the time of writing this article), no…

Regulatory Writing: Review process in regulatory writing - Volume 24, Issue

Recently, Phil Leventhal posed the question ‘What does it take to go from being a good medical writer to an excellent one?’ on EMWA's LinkedIn Discussion Group. My impression is that the responses were written largely with medical communications…

Best friends forever: A pattern of collaboration between medical writers and biostatisticians within the Russian CRO - Volume 25, Issue

The Russian clinical trial industry and Russia’s local regulatory requirements are developing rapidly. Within Russian contract research organisations, medical writers must take on non-traditional roles and, in particular, must collaborate closely…

Regulatory Matters - Volume 25, Issue

The growing need for drug safety documents When I first started in regulatory writing (over a decade ago now, how time flies when you’re a medical writer), the types of document that I would be involved in were typically clinical study reports,…

Regulatory Writing: The essence of regulatory writing as defined by its jargon - Volume 23, Issue

In this issue of Medical Writing dedicated to regulatory writing, many of the articles provide some glimpses of the day-to-day problems and dilemmas faced by regulatory writers. It is hard, however, to describe the essence of regulatory writing in a…

Medical devices in the disclosure era and the role of medical writers - Volume 26, Issue

AbstractIncreased transparency is one of the provisions of the Clinical Trial and Medical Device Regulations. This article discusses the impact of transparency and disclosure on medical devices. Many modern-day medical devices are software-driven.…

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