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From editors abroad into businesswomen back in Brazil - Volume 22, Issue

After living for 12 years in the United States, and a career shift from bench scientist in molecular biology to science writer and editor, the author goes back home to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to found Publicase, a science communication company…

Visualisations in science communication: Friend or foe? - Volume 29, Issue

An image is worth a thousand words. This saying is easily disregarded as a cliché in today’s extremely visual world, but it may ring truer than ever. With the vast amounts of information reaching us every day, visualisations are increasingly…

Social media, communication challenges, and the role of a scientific writer in standing up for science - Volume 30, Issue

Social media and other communication technologies are great tools to raise awareness regarding public health challenges and measures to overcome them. At the same time, these modern technologies are used to spread misinformation and conspiracy…

Science journalism: In search of a new identity - Volume 26, Issue

Abstract Science journalism is undergoing a major transition due to changes in the relationship between science and society and dissemin - ation via digital and connective technologies, as is the case with other branches of journalism. The changes…

Writing publications for advisory boards - Volume 23, Issue

Medical communication publications are designed to raise awareness of medicines, cosmetics, and technology. These publications ensure that doctors are informed about the role of new and existing medicines and the literature concerning appropriate…

What's your problem? A practical approach to scientific document design - Volume 21, Issue

For science to be understood, assimilated, and further developed, it must be accessible through clear and concise writing. Science is about solving problems that often interlink with each other. To improve the clarity of scientific writing, every…

Medical Communications and Writing for Patients - Volume 29, Issue

I’m writing this to you from lockdown. Some of us will be out of lockdown by the time you read this, and perhaps others of us will be back in! Either way, I pray that you and your families are all safe and healthy. In this issue of Medical Writing,…

Medical Communications and Writing for Patients - Volume 30, Issue

Dear All,

As I write this, at least some of us are likely to still be in some form of lockdown or quarantine. I pray that you and your families are all managing to stay as sane as possible, and I sincerely hope that you all stay safe and healthy.

I…

Go certified – get ready for the BELS exam - Volume 27, Issue

If you are a manuscript editor, you can earn a certification through the Board of Editors in the Life Sciences (BELS), attesting your editorial proficiency. Such objective evidence is desirable for many writers and editors in the life sciences –…

An introduction to medical affairs for medical writers - Volume 28, Issue

The role of medical affairs in pharmaceutical and medical device companies is gaining prominence. Medical writers will increasingly find themselves supporting medical affairs activities or, indeed, transitioning to jobs within medical affairs…

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