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How CDC is promoting a clear communication culture - Volume 24, Issue

Both the federal Plain Writing Act and the mission of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to protect and promote people's health require CDC to communicate clearly so that people can understand and act on the important health…

India as a hub for ethical and evidence-based medical communications - Volume 22, Issue

Ethical and evidence-based medical communications are gaining increasing importance in emerging pharmaceutical markets, outside of North America and Western Europe. In large pharmaceutical companies resources are limited, and small and mid-sized…

Medical Communications - Volume 26, Issue

Dear all,In this issue, Rossella Ferrari tackles the elephant in the room – how do medical writers manage to find time for their continuing professional development whilst still keeping their head above water with their ongoing project work?We all…

Six communication rules for scientific presentations and writing - Volume 26, Issue

In our daily work as coaches and writing trainers, we often work with young scientists who are at the beginning of their careers. When they want to publish their first scientific research paper or when they decide to give their first lecture at an…

Medical Communications - Volume 27, Issue

In this first issue of 2018, I’m delighted to introduce an excellent article from one of EMWA’s newest Workshop Leaders, John Dixon. Although John is new to teaching at EMWA, he’s extremely experienced in his field – or, more correctly, fields! John…

Entering medical communications as a non-native English speaker - Volume 27, Issue

The third EMWA Internship Forum will be held on May 3, 2018 at the forthcoming spring conference in Barcelona. As the language of international medical communications is almost exclusively English, have you ever wondered what it takes for a…

Medical communication writers: Who are they and what do they do? - Volume 25, Issue

For many EMWA members, the meaning of medical communications is a bit hazy. In this issue, we have invited various medical communications specialists to explain who they are and what they do. Their articles will illustrate a few of the varied angles…

Staying ahead of the game in the changing arena of ethical medical communications - Viewpoint of a freelance medical writer - Volume 25, Issue

Laws, regulations, pharmaceutical industry codes of practice, and other guidelines play an important role in ethical medical communications. When working on medical education prog - rammes and materials, a professional medical writer must not only…

Potential implications of wider data transparency in medical communications - Volume 22, Issue

The current medical communication environment is characterised by growing calls for increased data transparency. There are ongoing concerns about the selective publication of trial results and the potential impact on use of medicines by prescribers…

Medical Communications - Volume 22, Issue

Having left the office for 5 days to go to the EMWA Spring Conference, I returned to the obligatory email avalanche. While it was mostly junk (and unfortunately still no ‘congratulations on winning the lottery’ message…), there were some messages…

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Medical Writing is a quarterly publication that aims to educate and inform medical writers in Europe and beyond. Each issue focuses on a specific theme, and all issues include feature articles and regular columns on topics relevant to the practice of medical writing. We welcome articles providing practical advice to medical writers; guidelines and reviews/summaries/updates of guidelines published elsewhere; original research; opinion pieces; interviews; and review articles.

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