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Can you recognise the four main ways that English sentences can be structured? - Volume 26, Issue

Although scientific text typically has a more complex structure and vocabulary than fiction or text written for the general public, its message should still be clear and concise. One way to ensure this is to use correctsentence structure. If a…

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,…

Post-approval regulatory writing – How different is it from writing pre-approval documents? - Volume 23, Issue

Regulatory writing has various facets to it with good writing skills as a preliminary requirement. Well written reports form the basis of all regulatory submissions for marketing approval and its success largely depends on the research information…

Clinical Evaluation Reports from the medical writer’s perspective! - Volume 26, Issue

Abstract Clinical evaluation is a structured ongoing procedure to collect, appraise and analyse clinical data pertaining to a medical device. The clinical data include current knowledge of the condition to be treated, published literature about the…

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…

The clinical study protocol and medical writing: A good fit? - Volume 23, Issue

The characteristics of the clinical study protocol (CSP) are discussed with regard to (i) its structure and (ii) its development process. The benefits of medical-writing involvement into both aspects are highlighted. In particular, medical writers…

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…

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…

Preparing the Paediatric Investigation Plan application - Volume 21, Issue

In Europe, sponsors must possess a compliant Paediatric Investigation Plan (PIP) when applying for marketing approval of drugs. The core deliverable is the ‘scientific part of the application’ structured according to the EMA's PIP guideline. The PIP…

Teaching scientific writing to non-native English speakers - Volume 22, Issue

Scientists and clinicians around the world are facing the tyranny of publishing in English in journals with high-impact factors. The workshop format is not suitable for language teaching. Participants in workshops on scientific writing whose first…

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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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