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Volume 26, Issue 2 - Medical Devices

Out on Our Own

Abstract

Greetings, readers. As I write this, the EMWA spring conference is on the horizon and I hope I will have met as many of you as possible at the Freelance Business Forum in Birmingham. In this edition of the OOOO you will find two interesting articles – one which deals with expanding our scope as communicators of medical science to patient education, and the other a story of a newbie freelancer setting up his business in South America.

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Articles

Medical Devices: An exciting industry at a crossroads
President's Message
EMWA News
Writing for medical devices compared to pharmaceuticals: An introduction
Clinical Evaluation Reports from the medical writer’s perspective!
New EU medical device regulations: Impact on the MedTech sector
Medical Device Regulation: A necessary step towards more patient and user safety
Transparency – left to its own devices until now
Medical devices in the disclosure era and the role of medical writers
Does standardisation improve animal testing of medical devices?
Puns, promises, and metaphors: Medical device trade names
French breast implants, the Medical Device Regulation, and a theoretical case study
Science journalism: In search of a new identity
Can a medical writer submit a manuscript on behalf of a corresponding author?
To be or not to be – Are medical and scientific writers of non-native English origin at a disadvantage?
Winners of the Geoff Hall Scholarship Essay Competition
Good medical writing saves lives: The perspective of a former medic
Good medical writing saves lives – and even a little comma can make a difference
Abstracts from 44th EMWA conference Poster session
News from the EMA
Journal Watch
Gained in Translation
Getting Your Foot in the Door
In the Bookstores
Regulatory Matters
The Webscout
Good Writing Practice
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