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This article examines the clarity of several health information leaflets issued to the public in Europe. It finds that some of the language is quirky, ambiguous, and confusing. In one leaflet, the size of type is too small for easy reading, even by…
The unique nature of patient-reported outcome (PRO) measures presents unique challenges for translation. Regulators emphasise the importance of maintaining conceptual equivalence across all languages in multilingualand multinational trials, while…
Syntactic punctuation distraction Comma over-usage probably results from a tendency to pause and emphasise. How ever, such intuitive punctuation is counterproductive to the coordination of sentence core constituents, the intent of which is to cohere…
The European regulatory landscape for clinical trials and medical devices is in the midst of major transformation. Older policies are giving way to new regulations that emphasise more harmonised and streamlined processes for document submittal,…
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