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What is the best quality of diabetes care? The Global Diabetes Survey needs your participation - Volume 21, Issue

Adequate quality of diabetes care and the best concept for the implementation of national diabetes plans remains controversial. In September 2011, the United Nations Summit for Non-Communicable Diseases agreed that national plans for prevention and…

Quality control: getting the best out of your review - Volume 21, Issue

In medical writing, quality control (QC) means ensuring that a document's content, style, and format are of high quality. This does not just ‘happen’ but is the result of a systemic QC review. These reviews are critical because mistakes can cause…

Writing for pharmaceutical or medical device companies: A survey of entry requirements, career paths, quality of life, and personal observations - Volume 25, Issue

The spectrum of medical writing activities across the pharmaceutical and device industries is vast. We conducted a limited survey of medical writers predominantly working in industry or for agencies to learn of their personal and professional…

Working with authors to develop high-quality, ethical clinical manuscripts: Guidance for the professional medical writer - Volume 23, Issue

One measure of career success for clinical researchers is reporting their findings in a peer-reviewed journal. Writing a clinical manuscript that has impact and relevance to their intended audience is crucial for publication success. However,…

Microediting – details matter Quality, authority, and reputation: The value of microediting - Volume 27, Issue

Microediting aims to ensure consistency aswell as accuracy within a document and across a document series. Also known as technical editing or mechanical editing, it is an important stage in editing, needed to gain and retain a reader’s interest and…

Measuring quality of life – theoretical background - Volume 27, Issue

Patient-centred medicine has come out of the increasing importance of patients’ voices in disease management. As part of this, health related quality of life (HR-QoL) has become an important part of assessing treatment outcome and the quality of…

Quality of life measures – an overview - Volume 27, Issue

HR-QoL measurements attempt to turn subjective information into objective information. In this article, I describe the different kinds of health-related quality of life (HRQoL) measures, how they work, and how they can be interpreted. Main types of…

The changing face of medical writing in India - Volume 22, Issue

Economic liberalisation has led to an influx of clinical research and a boom in the medical writing industry in India. Medical writers in India at present contribute mostly to medical communications, health journalism, and academic medical…

Medical writing in India at a crossroads - Volume 22, Issue

Pharmaceutical regulatory medical writing for document submissions to Western health regulatory agencies has been undertaken in India for almost 10 years. From humble beginnings in a couple of non-Indian pharmaceutical multinational giants –…

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