Medical Writing Authors Hervé Maisonneuve

Hervé Maisonneuve
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Hervé Maisonneuve, MD from the University of Lyon (1979), MBA / HEC, Paris (1994), is an Associate Professor in Public Health (Paris). He practiced medicine for 10 years in Lyon hospitals, and has been involved in clinical development programs in the pharmaceutical industry. He was Director of the assessment of the French National Agency for Accreditation and Evaluation in Health. He teaches medical writing, and has a 25 years’ experience with hospital practitioners (most French Academic hospitals). He has written or co-written several books in the field of writing, and has been a member of editorial boards. He is an active member of the European Association of Science Editors, former EASE president (1996-1999) and former chief editor of ‘European Science Editing’ (2000-2006).

Contributions

Journal Watch - Volume 29, Issue 2

Journal Watch is based on the French language blog, Rédaction Médicale et Scientifique, by Hervé Maisonneuve, available at www.redactionmedicale.fr.

Journal Watch - Volume 29, Issue 1

Journal Watch is based on the French language blog, Rédaction Médicale et Scientifique, by Hervé Maisonneuve, available at www.redactionmedicale.fr.

Journal Watch - Volume 28, Issue 4

A novel proposal for article discussion sections

Journal Watch - Volume 28, Issue 3

A proposal to define a new category of bad practice – The non-publication of clinical trial results

Journal Watch - Volume 28, Issue 2

Journal Watch is based on the French language blog, Rédaction Médicale et Scientifique, by Hervé Maisonneuve, available at www.redactionmedicale.fr.

Journal Watch - Volume 28, Issue 1

There is a growing debate in journals and articles on financial and non-financial conflicts of interest (COIs). This debate exists in scientific journals and also in the mainstream media. I provide two examples: the New York Times (NYT) and JAMA.

Journal Watch - Volume 27, Issue 4

Journal Watch is based on the French-language blog Rédaction Médicale et Scientifique by Hervé Maisonneuve available at www.redactionmedicale.fr.

Journal Watch - Volume 27, Issue 3

The vast majority of investigator brochures lack sufficient information to systematically appraise the strength of the supporting pre clinical findings

Journal Watch - Volume 27, Issue 2

Journal Watch is based on the French-language blog Rédaction Médicale et Scientifique by Hervé Maisonneuve available at www.redactionmedicale.fr.

Journal Watch - Volume 27, Issue 1

The one sentence summary of a paper signed by 72 statisticians was: “We propose to change the default P-value threshold for statistical signifi - cance for claims of new discoveries from 0.05 to 0.005”.1 The proposal is straightforward, but it must…

Journal Watch - Volume 26, Issue 4

Journal Watch is based on the French language blog Rédaction Médicale et Scientifique by Hervé Maisonneuveavailable at www.redactionmedicale.fr.

Journal Watch - Volume 26, Issue 3

Data sharing is encouraged by institutions and journals: Authorship of “shared” papers should be clearWhen researchers share data, the teams analysing them want to publish their results. How should authorship of publications be defined? Who are the…

Journal Watch - Volume 26, Issue 2

We need more recommendations to report adverse events in publications

Journal Watch - Volume 25, Issue 4

Journal Watch is based on the French-language blog Rédaction Médicale et Scientifique, by Hervé Maisonneuve available at http://www.redactionmedicale.fr.

Journal Watch - Volume 25, Issue 3

Journal Watch is based on the French-language blog Rédaction Médicale et Scientifique, available at http://www.redactionmedicale.fr.

Journal Watch - Volume 25, Issue 2

Journal Watch is based on the French-language blog Rédaction Médicale et Scientifique, available at http://www.redactionmedicale.fr.

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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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Anuradha Alahari

Jennifer Bell

Clare Chang

Barbara Grossman

Daniela Nakagawa

Joselita T. Salita

Petal Smart

Amy Whereat

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Gained in Translation

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Getting Your Foot in the Door

Wendy Kingdom / Amy Whereat

Good Writing Practice

Alison McIntosh / Stephen Gilliver

In the Bookstores

Maria Kołtowska-Häggström

Lingua Franca and Beyond

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Manuscript Writing

Lisa Chamberlain-James

Medical Communications/Writing for Patients

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Medical Devices

Evguenia Alechine

My First Medical Writing

Anuradha Alahari

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Out on Our Own

Tiziana von Bruchhausen

Pharmacovigilance

Jennifer Morris

Regulatory Matters

Sam Hamilton

Regulatory Public Disclosure

Claire Gudex

Teaching Medical Writing

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The Crofter: Sustainable Communications

Jennifer Bell / Louisa Marcombes

Veterinary Writing

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