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Transparency and the healthcare industry: The Sun is shining - Volume 22, Issue

The demand for greater transparency in financial relationships between the healthcare industry and healthcare professionals is increasing globally, and has led to establishing government regulations and professional guidelines for detailed reporting…

Are stem cells the future of healthcare? - Volume 21, Issue

Stem cell technology holds a key, although arguably not an exclusive position, in the future of healthcare. Alongside two other candidates worthy of this mantle – personalized cancer medicine and vaccine development – all three healthcare

Measuring health outcomes: The foundation of contemporary healthcare decision-making - Volume 27, Issue

Healthcare professionals and patients are (or should be) interested in understanding the benefits of health care. We should be able to know the expected treatment benefits and to see quantifiable evidence that supports those expectations. Such…

Thriving (and not just surviving) in a VUCA healthcare industry - Volume 28, Issue

VUCA stands for volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity. The healthcare sector is considered a VUCA industry, constantly changing through rampant mergers and acquisitions, rapidly evolving regulations, and leading-edge innovations. So how…

Blockchain in healthcare, research, and scientific publishing - Volume 28, Issue

Data are being transmitted and stored on cloud-based networks, including clinical, research, and publishing data. These cloudbased systems often lack comprehensiveness, accessibility, interoperability, confidentiality,accountability, and…

Crowdpower in the era of ‘health 2.0’ - Volume 21, Issue

Members of the social web are increasingly banding together and using web 2.0 technologies to actively participate in their own healthcare (‘health 2.0’). This article gives an overview of how ‘crowdpower’ is impacting the field of healthcare, above…

A rising tide: Hospitals and social media - Volume 21, Issue

The advent of social media has changed the face of healthcare communications. More and more hospitals are recognizing this fact and seeking to integrate tools like Twitter® and Facebook® into their own communications strategies. This article gives…

Medical writing for in vitro diagnostics: A different approach for the ‘hidden’ side of healthcare - Volume 23, Issue

Medical writing for in vitro diagnostics differs from writing for pharmaceutical products in several ways. The shorter development time and lifecycle of diagnostic assays, different regulatory requirements and approval times, and upcoming changes…

What medical writers need to know about regulatory approval of mobile health and digital healthcare devices - Volume 28, Issue

The rapid growth of mobile health (mHealth) led to the development of internationally harmonised guidance for software as a medical device (SaMD) by the International Medical Device Regulators Forum (IMDRF), covering definitions, risk…

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The Write Stuff Archive

The Write Stuff was the name of EMWA’s journal starting in 1998 and up until the name was changed to Medical Writing in 2012. This archive contains issues of The Write Stuff dating back to 2002.

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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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