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Presenting secondary endpoints in plain language clinical trial result summaries: Considerations for emerging practice - Volume 30, Issue

Background: The European Union Clinical Trials Regulation 536/2014 (EU CTR) requires sponsors to submit summaries of clinical trial results in plain/lay language (Plain Language Trial Summaries [PLTS]). A multidisciplinary working group developed…

Quality of life measures – an overview - Volume 27, Issue

HR-QoL measurements attempt to turn subjective information into objective information. In this article, I describe the different kinds of health-related quality of life (HRQoL) measures, how they work, and how they can be interpreted. Main types of…

Some considerations on the safety evaluation section of clinical study reports for studies with anticancer drugs - Volume 21, Issue

The International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH) guideline E3 describes the structure and content of clinical study reports (CSRs). However, this standard structure should be interpreted according to the type of study and data, including…

Medical abbreviations with multiple meanings: A prescription for disaster - Volume 29, Issue

A partial list of medical abbreviations that have dangerous contradictory or ambiguous meanings is presented. The purpose of presenting this list is to sensitise healthrelated practitioners and medical editors to this problem. Suggestions are made…

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…

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…

Regulatory Matters - Volume 28, Issue

Changes in the regulatory landscape and changes in our professional environment make this an exciting time to be part of the regulatory medical writing community. It is a time when new opportunities are presenting and when, like never before, the…

Getting Your Foot in the Door - Volume 26, Issue

In this June edition of GYFD, we are presenting the first part of a series on visa regulations and work permits related to internships in the EU. I would like to thank Van-Anh Dao for doing the legwork of researching the German requirements. We will…

Communicating the findings of health technology assessments: Considering uncertainty - Volume 30, Issue

Uncertainty is an unavoidable problem when analysing health technology assessment results, which can make decision making difficult. Whilst we have ways of presenting uncertainty for individual outcomes in a systematic review, we do not have a…

Science communication: A guide to creating online scientific content that engages - Volume 30, Issue

Science communication plays an important role in educating the public about scientific knowledge. Until recently, publishing in research journals and presenting at science conferences were the only options available to scientists for sharing their…

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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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