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Volume 26, Issue 2 - Medical Devices

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Abstract

What Every Medical Writer Needs to Know: Questions and Answers for the Serious Medical Author

They say “don’t judge a book by its cover”, but the title of this book lends itself to curiosity. In What Every Medical Writer Needs to Know, Dr Robert B. Taylor uses his 40 years of experience to present some of the fundamentals of medical writing: why we do it and how we do it, along with important problems and questions that many writers face daily, such as, How can you improve your writing? What are the rookie mistakes? What should you do if you cannot get published? What are the issues concerning copyright and plagiarism? What are the ethical issues surrounding your work? This book caters for writers from different fields of medical writing and at various stages of their careers; whether you are a physician, a professional medical writer, or a student looking to enter the field of medical writing, this book provides a range of practical information to help improve your writing and highlight potential pitfalls.

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  • Victoria White (Tampa, Florida, USA) Email: MEW@emwa.org
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