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Using social media as the patient's voice in the benefit-risk assessment of drugs: Are we ready? - Volume 24, Issue

There is no doubt that the public interest in healthcare-related issues is growing. This, coupled with the surge in the use of social media, leaves the pharmaceutical industry with a set of unique opportunities and challenges. The screening and…

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…

EMWA social media team - Volume 23, Issue

As most of you already know, EMWA is currently using social media to interact with its members on a daily basis, to share information and promote discussions. Social media are not just sources of information but also ways of interacting with…

Social Media: A tool that can benefit public health? - Volume 29, Issue

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…

From the Editor - On social media: Once a passive observer – now an active user - Volume 30, Issue

It is with great pleasure that I write my first editorial for this amazing issue on social media. The idea of this issue came to me in 2019, inspired by two special colleagues.

I had social media accounts even before I became a medical writer. I rec…

But it is work: My perspective on social media - Volume 30, Issue

When I was asked to write about using social media for work and collaboration, one “professional” social media platform immediately sprang to mind – LinkedIn. This article discusses LinkedIn, one of many social media platforms in a prosperous…

Capitalising on social media marketing to raise confidence in COVID-19 public health information and vaccines - Volume 30, Issue

Widespread misinformation about COVID-19 has incited harmful behaviour that has undermined the public health response to the global pandemic, and posed a major threat to public health. To our detriment, social media has contributed to the spreading…

Social media video content for the healthcare industry - Volume 30, Issue

This paper describes the role of social media in healthcare and medicine based on the example of how a contract research organisation (CRO) uses video interviews to spread knowledge and expertise among professionals. Considering that in coming…

Social media scheduling: How not to spam your followers - Volume 30, Issue

Social media is, today, an indispensable part of networking and business. However, many professionals are still learning how to navigate the sea of social media. Big companies have a dedicated department, but small businesses, entrepreneurs, and…

Social media and the rise of predatory journals: A case report - Volume 30, Issue

This is a report of our experience with a predatory journal that invited us to join them after having seen our winning essays on how to identify predatory journals. We applied the system we recommended therein to investigate the true nature of the…

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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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