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Volume 22, Issue 2 - Medical Writing Around the World

Announcing AERTeM, the Spanish Association of Medical Writers

Abstract

The Spanish Association of Medical Writers – in Spanish, the Asociación Española de Redactores de Textos Médicos (AERTeM) – is a young association focused on the specific needs of Spanish writers. Local organisations such as AERTeM can augment the role of international organisations such as EMWA by providing a local forum to improve and professionalise medical writing and by serving as an expert resource of country-specific knowledge.

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