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Whoever writes wants to be read. Yet, even if we succeed in creating an informative, logically structured, and adequately worded text tailored to our target audience, i.e., text we consider to have an adequate level of readability, our documents may…
This article provides an insight from a medical writer who, for family reasons, moved his freelance business from Poland to South Korea. The article discusses cultural differ - ences between South Korea and Western countries and gives practical tips…
This paper describes how to register, access, and navigate the EMA clinical data website. One of the authors (RB) is a medical writer and accessed the site from the perspective of a pharmaceutical industry professional. The other author (AS) is not…
All of us are aware by now that we can't live without technology and not only at work. With advice, aids, appliances and apps in abundance, we are at the point where we can't see the wood for the trees. Thank goodness we have advice from M…
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