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A field guide to medical writing training - Volume 22, Issue

Teaching medical writing is a varied, interesting, and satisfying role. You might find yourself teaching PhD students to write theses, laboratory scientists to write posters, clinicians to write papers, or professional medical writers to improve…

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Journal Policies   Editorial policies and peer review process All feature articles submitted to Medical Writing are reviewed by a member of the Editorial Board. All Editorial Board members are experts in the field of medical writing and members…

Pharmacovigilance medical writing: An evolving profession - Volume 24, Issue

The preparation of pharmacovigilance documents is a global and cross-functional activity. The pharmacovigilance medical writer has a key position in this complex activity, leading the whole document creation process. This process includes drafting…

Patient education accessibility - Volume 24, Issue

Patient education that overcomes literacy barriers supports quality care. This article provides an overview of health literacy, describes the concepts of readability and accessibility, and discusses how to empathise with the patient's experience and…

Veterinary regulatory writing in Europe - Volume 23, Issue

Regulatory writing for the veterinary pharmaceutical industry is in many ways similar to other types of regulatory writing, but there are also clear differences. This article outlines the veterinary regulatory structure in Europe and, in…

Early benefit assessment of new drugs in Germany: Framework for submission of dossiers by pharmaceutical companies - Volume 22, Issue

For the early benefit assessment of new drugs in Germany, medical writers are involved in the preparation of dossiers submitted by pharmaceutical companies to the main decision-making body of the German statutory healthcare system, the Federal Joint…

Is cheap outsourcing a threat to your career? - Volume 24, Issue

Many writers are concerned that the rise of cheap freelance medical content outsourcing will be a threat to their careers. Yet while outsourcing may be a cheaper option, there is no guarantee that the quality will be superior. There are also…

If a misinformed voice speaks out in the wilderness and no one refutes it, does it make a sound? A call to advocacy - Volume 22, Issue

The pharmaceutical industry has been a soft target for many years. Attacks by journalists, politicians, and the lay public tend to be triggered by publications with which professional medical writers are associated. Fault is found, either in the…

Medical writing for two audiences – The RMP public summary - Volume 24, Issue

With the introduction of the new EU Legislation in 2012, RMP requirements have changed significantly, triggering content- and process-related changes. An RMP is written as part of a submission dossier and is submitted for assessment to the EMA. The…

Staying ahead of the game in the changing arena of ethical medical communications - Viewpoint of a freelance medical writer - Volume 25, Issue

Laws, regulations, pharmaceutical industry codes of practice, and other guidelines play an important role in ethical medical communications. When working on medical education prog - rammes and materials, a professional medical writer must not only…

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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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