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The need for registration of preclinical studies - Volume 22, Issue

In contrast to controlled clinical trials, findings of preclinical studies are not available. The road from laboratory discovery to usable therapy is still long and windy. Many preclinical studies have not been replicated by the pharmaceutical…

Registration and ethics committee approval for observational studies: Current status and way forward - Volume 26, Issue

Randomised controlled trials (RCTs) have always been recognised as the highest level of evidence in medical research. However, they cannot address the questions that one comes across in real-world clinical practice. Observational studies can answer…

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…

An overview of the Common Technical Document (CTD) regulatory dossier - Volume 23, Issue

The Common Technical Document (CTD) was designed to provide a common format between Europe, USA, and Japan for the technical documentation included in an application for the registration of a human pharmaceutical product. The CTD dossier is divided…

REACH chemical dossiers? Yes, please! - Volume 23, Issue

Medical writing knowledge and skills can be applied relatively easily to other areas of technical regulatory writing, with a bit of home study. One such area is in the compilation and write-up of REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation, and…

Abstracts from the EMWA Spring Conference Poster Session - Volume 25, Issue

At this year’s Spring Conference, EMWA was delighted to introduce a poster session. There was a wide variety of posters available – all relating to aspects of medical writing or of relevance to medical writers. The poster session is an excellent…

Regulatory Writing: New developments in public disclosure of clinical trials - Volume 24, Issue

In April this year, the World Health Organisation (WHO) issued a statement on the public disclosure of clinical trial results (the full statement is available from http://www.who.int/ictrp/results/reporting/en/). In essence, this statement…

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…

ICMJE to mandate data sharing statements - Volume 26, Issue

Those of us who attended the 2017 spring conference in Birmingham were treated to an excellent symposium on transparency in clinical trials, where EU Policy 00701 on disclosure of clinical data was a key focus. A month later, theICMJE (International…

Non-clinical health writing - Volume 23, Issue

We medical writers have a unique and valuable skill set, which includes, most notably, the ability to understand and clearly communicate complex medical information. We are also experts at working with multifunctional teams, compiling detailed…

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