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Combined workshops on medical writing and publication ethics for Japanese postgraduate students and faculty members - Volume 22, Issue

Although the importance both of skills in medical writing in English and of an understanding of ethics in medical publishing is increasingly recognised, these subjects are not comprehensively taught to Japanese medical doctors and students. Limited…

Teaching English for Medical Academic Purposes at the Faculty of Medicine in Belgrade, Serbia - Volume 22, Issue

The Faculty of Medicine in Belgrade, Serbia, has a long tradition of learning and teaching English for Medical Academic Purposes (EMAP). EMAP is considered extremely important for our medical students' academic and professional life. Our EMAP…

A field guide to medical writing training - Volume 22, Issue

Teaching medical writing is a varied, interesting, and satisfying role. You might find yourself teaching PhD students to write theses, laboratory scientists to write posters, clinicians to write papers, or professional medical writers to improve…

Mentoring tomorrow’s medical writers - Volume 26, Issue

Mentoring may be valuable to today’s students who are considering their future career options in an increasingly competitive, demanding, and challenging world. This article outlines the author’s experience of mentoring tomorrow’s medical writers,…

Teaching Medical Writing - Volume 26, Issue

Only one university in the USA offers an undergraduate degree programme in medical writing. Worldwide, fewer than 10 institutions offer advanced degrees (Table 1). Over the past 14 years, I have read and edited many research papers, grant…

PhD student: A medical writer in the making! - Volume 27, Issue

With the ever-increasing stock of PhD holders and the diminishing number of permanent academic positions, alternative careers are in demand. Before the impostor syndrome marches in, these graduates need to realise that there can be a bright future,…

Origin and development of English for Medical Purposes. Part I: Research on written medical discourse - Volume 23, Issue

In this two-part review, I present the birth and growth of ‘English for Medical Purposes’, a branch of applied linguistics. This first part summarises the research conducted on English-medium written medical discourse, from early register analysis…

Journal Watch: Dedicated medical writing rotation for pharmacists, publication of drug industry funded research, and evidence-based medicine for clinical decision making - Volume 23, Issue

The ability to write up results and contribute to the medical literature is an important skill in a number of professions, including pharmacy practice. Some pharmacy residency programmes require that their participants produce a manuscript of…

Teaching Medical Writing - Volume 27, Issue

Since 2014, I have offered a four-day course on academic writing for qualitative health researchers at the University of Southern Denmark. I tell the participants, mostly PhD students with backgrounds in the health professions, that “learning to…

Manuscript Writing - Volume 22, Issue

New medical writers and medical writing students are often unsure how to start writing a manuscript and need help organising their thoughts. How to link the sections and information within them is what I call ‘manuscript flow’. This article is the…

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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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