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Volume 29, Issue 3 - EU Regulations

Medical Communications and Writing for Patients

Abstract

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, I’m delighted to present a piece from Dr Joana Fernandes, who discusses her early career as a science/medical news writer, writing articles for a non-scientific audience. Joana explains the importance of writing for this audience; the importance of making sure that the articles are scientifically sound, accurate, and easy to follow, as a way to bring science and medicine closer to the public.

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Editorial
President's Message
EMWA News
The In Vitro Diagnosgtics Regulation and the role of medicals writers
Eudamed's delay and its impact on discolsure of clinical investigations under the EU MDR
Recent and upcoming regulatory changes in the European Region: Opportunitiess for medical writers
New documents required by the medical device regulation
Risk management plans in the EU: Managing safety concerns
Scientific advice procedures in the EU – an overview ofthe regulatory background
EU software regulations: The new normal or innovation stagnation?
The new PubMed – underestimated regulatory obstacles
Ethical challenges in acknowledging professional writing support
Publication management software for medical writers
Regulatory Matters
News from the EMA
Medical Devices
Medical Communications and Writing for Patients
Getting Your Foot in the Door
Lingua Franca and Beyond
My First Medical Writing
In the Bookstores
Good Writing Practice

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