‘Medical Communications’ is an unspecific term. Sometimes it is used only to describe publications, medical education, and public relations; sometimes it also includes regulatory writing and advertising.
This issue of Medical Writing focuses on authors and authorship, but where, in fact, did the term “authorship” come from? The term first appeared in the early 18th century. In a paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Council of…
‘A ship is safe in a harbor – but this is not what ships are made for’.
(William G.T. Shedd, American theologian, 1820–1894)
Risky scenarios are something many people try to avoid. But you will find yourself in situations when you have to face…
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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