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Report on the EMA Workshop on clinical trial data and transparency - Volume 22, Issue

Access to patient data gathered in clinical trials is a highly controversial and complex issue that needs to balance three aspects: the public right to transparency regarding data used to approve new medicines, protection of the data privacy rights…

Enhancing accessibility of study data: The development of a graphical abstract for lay summaries of clinical trial results - Volume 29, Issue

We describe the development of a graphical abstract for lay summaries of clinical trial results. The new graphical summary serves the same purpose for a lay summary as an abstract does for a scientific publication. Lay summaries are intended to…

Big data in clinical research: Present and future - Volume 29, Issue

The clinical research landscape is gradually changing as we enter the era of big data. Big data sources are multiplying as existing sources collide to create expanded platforms that serve wider areas of expertise. Clinical study designs…

Unlocking the potential of patient data through responsible sharing – has anyone seen my keys? - Volume 29, Issue

The sharing of individual participant-level clinical data is now an almost routine extension of the clinical study life-cycle, and increasingly a vital element of leveraging real-word data. Responsible clinical study data sharing of appropriately…

MyData: Applying human-centric principles to health data - Volume 29, Issue

Modern data legislation increasingly empowers citizens, and therefore patients, with rights to access and control their health data. The mechanisms needed to exercise modern data rights are currently underdeveloped and underserving individuals and…

Navigating the EMA clinical data website - Volume 27, Issue

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…

Systematic hospital collection of patient-reported outcome data via patient apps - Volume 27, Issue

Medical writers are increasingly likely to come across patient apps in their work, and we describe here the background and use of two apps for assessing patient-reported outcome (PRO). Systematic collection of PRO data via patient apps has been…

The new value of clinical data in Europe - Volume 29, Issue

The EU’s new Medical Devices Regulation and In-vitro Diagnostic Device Regulation has integrated and reinforced the regulatory requirements for pre- and post-market clinical trials and positioned them as vital to ensuring the safety and performance…

A role for medical writers in overcoming commonly held misconceptions around FAIR Data - Volume 29, Issue

More and more, computers must participate with physicians and patients as trusted partners in assessing medical options and tracking outcomes. But before the computer can become a routine medical assistant, data and computational services must…

Implications of clinical trial data sharing for medical writers - Volume 22, Issue

Major clinical research funders are increasingly adopting policies supporting or mandating data sharing. These moves should improve the transparency and availability of clinical trial data and are likely to impact the work and responsibilities of…

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