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The clinical study protocol and medical writing: A good fit? - Volume 23, Issue

The characteristics of the clinical study protocol (CSP) are discussed with regard to (i) its structure and (ii) its development process. The benefits of medical-writing involvement into both aspects are highlighted. In particular, medical writers…

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…

Clinical trial design: Considerations for medical writers developing clinical trial protocols - Volume 29, Issue

Clinical trial protocols must provide a clear trial design to meet the study objectives. Medical writers must understand and be ready to review and discuss aspects of the trial design with the protocol development team, in order to write a clear and…

Authorship of clinical trial documents - Volume 25, Issue

Authorship of publications has been the subject of much public debate; however, authorship of clinical trial documents such as clinical study protocols, clinical study reports, investigator’s brochures and inform ed consent forms has not really been…

Biostatistics and medical writing: Synergy in preparing clinical trials documents - Volume 25, Issue

Biostatisticians and medical writers are among the key people who develop important documents for clinical trials. These documents include clinical study protocols, statistical analysis plans, statistical outputs, and clinical study reports. This…

Leveraging infographics in study schemas - Volume 29, Issue

Data disclosure requirements of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) mandate that protocols be shared on designated clinical trial websites. As a visual medium, theinternet is transforming the way these…

Big data in clinical research: Present and future - Volume 29, Issue

The clinical research landscape is gradually changing as we enter the era of big data. Big data sources are multiplying as existing sources collide to create expanded platforms that serve wider areas of expertise. Clinical study designs…

Challenges of paediatric drug development and impact of paediatric legislation - Volume 21, Issue

Medical writers are increasingly involved in designing and documenting overall plans in paediatric drug development, e.g. EU PIPs (Paediatric Investigation Plans) and individual components, e.g. protocols and study reports. It is essential to…

Journal Watch - Volume 21, Issue

Impact of protocol amendments, bias and quality in industry-funded trials, and rethinking authorship criteria Amendments to clinical trial protocols are widespread, but can result in increased costs and delays in study implementation.

Regulatory Matters - Volume 25, Issue

The growing need for drug safety documents When I first started in regulatory writing (over a decade ago now, how time flies when you’re a medical writer), the types of document that I would be involved in were typically clinical study reports,…

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