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Volume 24, Issue 3 - The Medical Writing Business

Successfully outsourcing medical writing

Abstract

A large proportion of medical writing activities are now outsourced. This means the need for medical writing service providers is growing, and with increased demand there comes an increased supply of providers. The challenge that arises in such a rapidly growing field is to develop a system that enables outsourcing departments to efficiently select and utilise the right vendors for their needs. This article will provide some practical advice on how to optimise outsourcing with professional medical writers and to bring their particular skill sets to bear to help clinical teams prepare their regulatory documentation more efficiently.

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In this issue… The Medical Writing Business
President's Message
Setting up and running a medical writing company
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The Section of Scientific Publications at the Texas Heart Institute
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In the Bookstores
Regulatory Writing: New developments in public disclosure of clinical trials
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English Grammar and Style: Good Writing Practice
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