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).
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