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A wonderful "Medium" for medical writers - Volume 30, Issue

With the advent of social media platforms and the increasing availability and access of information on the internet, we are not limited by information sources on any subject., since its inception in 2012, has become a very good blogging

What every medical writer needs to know - Volume 23, Issue

A medical writer is never done with learning. In the fast-paced world of online communications, learning means getting involved in the digital environment and using tools like social media, websites, and blogs to enhance your online presence and…

Sluggish downloads, lagging video calls: Tips for the remote worker to tame technology - Volume 31, Issue

What are the various broadband options to consider when working from home and how can you ensure you’re getting the best from yours? Broadband failures can mean a headache for your clients and you risk looking unprofessional, so having a backup…

Bringing decentralised clinical trial protocols to life - Volume 32, Issue

Decentralised clinical trials (DCT) use technology, processes, and services to reduce or eliminate the need for onsite visits. Use of DCT components within clinical trials is becoming widespread and protocols are pivoting from using DCT components…

The EMWA Budapest Working Group: A 2-year collaboration to make recommendations for aligning the ICH E3 guideline with current practice and developing clinical study protocol guidance - Volume 23, Issue

International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH) E6 and ICH E3, developed nearly 20 years ago, are the current regulatory guidance documents for developing clinical study protocols (CSPs) and clinical study reports (CSRs). Ambiguity in the…

The COVID-19 pandemic as a catalyst for digitalisation and remote working in Germany - Volume 31, Issue

Remote working is ideal for medical writers, but up until a few years ago, was not widely available to those looking for a remote position with a German employer. Even though Germany is a developed country, its digitalisation has long been lagging,…

Using social media as the patient's voice in the benefit-risk assessment of drugs: Are we ready? - Volume 24, Issue

There is no doubt that the public interest in healthcare-related issues is growing. This, coupled with the surge in the use of social media, leaves the pharmaceutical industry with a set of unique opportunities and challenges. The screening and…

Estimands – closing the gap between study design and analysis - Volume 27, Issue

Estimands represent a new way to look at key aspects of clinical research and will become increasingly important for medical writers. Estimands are detailed definitions of quantities to be estimated using clinical trial data, which make allowance…

Get real: Avoiding corporate gobbledygook - Volume 24, Issue

One spring morning, I was wandering ‘lonely as a cloud’ with a ‘host of golden daffodils’ before me. Then someone stopped me in my tracks: What do you think of the changes in Big Pharma? The illusion was shattered. There was an ominous…

Growing the top and bottom line of your mind – an entrepreneurial journey as a joint venture with mentors - Volume 30, Issue

Having spent more than a decade in academia, it has been almost inherent to me to think of learning as exercising your IQ, thereby improving you practical and technical knowledge. It is quantifiable and can easily be described on your CV. The mentor…

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