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The importance of Health Research in Horizon 2020: Diabetes as a model of a chronic disease and the need for sustainable funding - Volume 21, Issue

Diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases and is estimated to affect more than 32 million European Union (EU) citizens, which is nearly 10% of the total EU population. An additional 32 million EU citizens are not yet diagnosed or have…

The Section of Scientific Publications at the Texas Heart Institute - Volume 24, Issue

The Section of Scientific Publications is a service within the Texas Heart Institute created to help our roughly 200 clinicians and scientists present, publish, and obtain funding for their research. We provide substantive and language editing,…

The needs assessment in continuing medical education - Volume 23, Issue

The needs assessment component of a continuing medical education grant proposal document describes why a specific programme should be developed. Medical writers frequently play a central role in producing the needs assessment as an important first…

The Webscout - Volume 22, Issue

Public health funding constitutes a big part of European social systems' expenditures. Governments and health insurance companies are thus interested in reducing spending. Applying pricing initiatives to innovative products confronts pharmaceutical…

Grant writing and editing - Volume 28, Issue

Grant writing and editing is a medical writing subspecialty of growing importance. This article describes the roles available for medical writers who specialise in grant proposals. It also offers seven grant-writing tips. Finally, the article…

Artificial intelligence – will we be replaced by robots? - Volume 28, Issue

Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) increasingly dominate the news with billions of dollars in funding invested to combine AI with machine learning and data science across many disciplines, including medicine and healthcare. Within the context…

The new value of clinical data in Europe - Volume 29, Issue

The EU’s new Medical Devices Regulation and In-vitro Diagnostic Device Regulation has integrated and reinforced the regulatory requirements for pre- and post-market clinical trials and positioned them as vital to ensuring the safety and performance…

EMWA's position on ghostwriting - Volume 22, Issue

The European Medical Writers Association would like to make it clear that, contrary to what you may have read in a recently published popular science book, it is not a ‘ghostwriters' association’. EMWA is an association for professional medical…

Special section: Winners of the Geoff Hall Scholarship essay competition - Volume 24, Issue

The Geoff Hall Scholarships (GHSs) are given in honour of a former President of EMWA. Geoff was a very special person, an extremely valued member of EMWA, and a very good friend to many EMWA members. He firmly believed that the future of EMWA lies in…

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