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Good regulatory practice and the role(s) of a regulatory affairs professional - Volume 22, Issue

Good Regulatory Practice is a regulatory affairs quality standard that is based on trained people who understand their professional role and work in an environment that follows standards and processes. This article illustrates the diversity of roles…

Medical writing in the Russian Federation: Promises and pitfalls - Volume 22, Issue

More and more clinical studies are taking place in Russia, making it an attractive market for medical writing. In 2011, the Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation approved over 550 new clinical studies of all types, a 16% increase over the…

Pharmaceutical medical writing competencies: Comparing self-perception with employers' expectations - Volume 21, Issue

In the recently published ‘Pharmaceutical Medical Writing Competency Model’, a group of medical writers describes the knowledge, skills, and behaviours they considered essential for successful medical writers. Thus, this model represents a list of…

Writing bioanalytical reports - Volume 23, Issue

Bioanalytical reports are usually written by bioanalysts. Medical writers offer a valuable contribution to bioanalytical reporting, increasing the efficiency of document development and improving the quality of data presentation. This article…

Regulatory pathways for development and submission activities - Volume 28, Issue

This article discusses how different regulatory requirements for a dossier requesting marketing authorisation for a medical drug affect the deliverables from development functions and the submission groups including medical writing. The content of…

An introduction to little-known aspects of nonclinical regulatory writing - Volume 26, Issue

Nonclinical evaluation is a key component of drug development. Traditionally, scientists have prepared much of the written regulatory documentation, with dedicated nonclinical writing being a niche profession. This is changing – the demand for…

Layperson summaries of clinical trial results: Useful resources in the vacuum of regulatory guidance - Volume 24, Issue

To meet the requirements of the clinical trial regulation, preparation for the publication of lay summaries on the European database should be undertaken as soon as possible. However, as of July 2015 (at the time of writing this article), no…

Trends in regulatory writing: A brief overview for aspiring medical writers - Volume 28, Issue

The EU regulatory system is undergoing a major overhaul. Several new pieces of legislation are now in place to enforce harmonisation and transparency in clinical trials while ensuring data security and individual privacy. New and aspiring medical…

EU sourcing requirements for animal-derived materials - Volume 31, Issue

Regenerative medical products derived from animal tissue have been used to successfully treat millions of patients. As they are manufactured from animal sources, there are bio-contamination and biocompatibility risks that must be addressed in…

How the EU Medical Device Regulation is affecting the medical device landscape. An interview with Suzanne Halliday, the Regulatory Head of BSI, Medical Devices Notified Body - Volume 31, Issue

Suzanne Halliday, D.Phil., is the Vice President for Regulatory within the Notified Body BSI with extensive experience in compliance to the Medical Devices Directive (MDD), ISO 13485, risk management, clinical evaluations and investigations, meeting…

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