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Volume 25, Issue 1 - Authors and Authorship

English Grammar and Style

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Authors and Authorship
Letter from the Editor
President’s Message
Ghostwriting prevalence among AMWA and EMWA members (2005 to 2014)
The sun never sets on transparency
GPP3 – what is it, why is it necessary and what is new?
Attribution, advocacy, disposable authors, corporate ghosts and cultural assimilation: new themes in the ethical critique of commercial medical literature
Perspective from a leading scientific author: An interview with Professor Ruth Roberts on authors and authoring
Authorship of clinical trial documents
Project management in medical publication writing: A less explored avenue in pharmaceutical companies and clinical research organisations
Never say never! Returning to full-time employment after freelancing
Fifth EMWA freelance business survey
Journal Watch
In the Bookstores
The Webscout
Regulatory Writing: Authorship issues in regulatory documents
English Grammar and Style
Medical Communication
Lingua Franca and Beyond
Gained in Translation
Medical Writing Teaching
Profile: An interview with Phil Leventhal
EMWA’s 2016 Webinar Programme
Out on our own

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Editorial Manager

  • Victoria White (Tampa, Florida, USA)
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Ad-hoc Editors:

  • Amy Whereat (SpeaktheSpeech Consulting, Asnieres sur Seine, France)

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