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True journalism differs from public relations and uncritically reproducing press releases. It involves doing background research into the context surrounding the finding being reported, seeking comments from independent experts, and highlighting the…
Trust is built gradually, and it is easily threatened, particularly in relation to pharmaceutical research. The potential for open access publishing and plain language summaries to contribute to improved trust in pharmaceutical research was…
A great deal has happened in the world of regulatory public disclosure in Europe in 2022 with the EU Clinical Trials Regulation (CTR) 536/2014 coming into force at the end of January 2022. We collectively attempt to assimilate knowledge and…
The global use of social media has changed access to health information, and the internet has become its primary source for the general public. However, judging health information on social networks remains difficult for nonmedical readers since…
Editorial In the first half of 2021, keeping up with the regional regulators’ activities on COVID-19 medicines became a competitive sport. FDA’s Emergency Use Authorizations (EUAs), EMA’s Conditional Marketing Authorisations, and Health Canada’s…
Who are we and what do we do ? The Regulatory Public Disclosure Special Interest Group (RPD SIG) was first conceived in December 2015 and is a group of EMWA members supporting other EMWA members. The RPD SIG objective is: “to provide a forumfor the…
A symbiotic relationship is an “intimate interaction between two or more species, which may or may not be beneficial to either”.1We can think of the bee and flower relationship. The flower provides the bee with nectar, while the bee provides…
When I attended my first conference as Public Relations Officer in Dublin, I was approached by “newbies” looking for a job. I was quite impressed that people invested such a considerable amount of money to attend the conference in the hope of…
Medical Communications ‘Medical Communications’ is an unspecific term. Sometimes it is used only to describe publications, medical education, and public relations; sometimes it also includes regulatory writing and advertising.
For this issue of Veterinary Medical Writing, we have two articles from the veterinary world. The first is about the niche but increasingly in demand service of veterinary public relations (PR). Louisa Marcombes (editor)
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