Medical Writing Authors Sophia Whitman

Sophia Whitman

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Good medical writing saves lives: The perspective of a former medic - Volume 26, Issue 2

Making the decision to leave medicine was the hardest of my life. What if all those years of study, thousands of pounds of debt and sacrifices I made were not wasted but instead prepared me for my most gallant career yet – medical writing? Believing…

Winners of the Geoff Hall Scholarship Essay Competition - Volume 26, Issue 2

The Geoff Hall Scholarships (GHSs) are given in honour of a former President of EMWA. Geoff was a very special person, an extremely valued member of EMWA, and a very good friend to many EMWA members. He firmly believed that the future of EMWA lies…

Writing for medical devices compared to pharmaceuticals: An introduction - Volume 26, Issue 2

Abstract The inherent differences between medical devices and drugs have implications for clinical research and medical writing. In view of the current move to more stringent regu - latory requirements for the medical device industry, an increasing…

Lessons from building an accredited medical conference: Design and delivery - Volume 25, Issue 4

Participation in meetings and events by healthcare professionals is part of their continuing professional development, and it is a requirement for organisers to gain accreditation for continuing professional development in order to attract…

Writing for pharmaceutical or medical device companies: A survey of entry requirements, career paths, quality of life, and personal observations - Volume 25, Issue 2

The spectrum of medical writing activities across the pharmaceutical and device industries is vast. We conducted a limited survey of medical writers predominantly working in industry or for agencies to learn of their personal and professional…

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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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