Medical Writing Medical Writing in Oncology Message from the President

Volume 21, Issue 1 - Medical Writing in Oncology

Message from the President

Dear MEW reader

Welcome to the first 2012 Medical Writing or MEW issue – another EMWA milestone to start off this stellar year. I hope you enjoy the new design and the thematic focus on oncology.

The theme of EMWA's upcoming 34th Spring conference in Cyprus is ‘Paediatrics’ and other vulnerable populations. The full programme can be accessed through our website http://www.emwa.org. You are hereby gently nudged into speedy registration to ensure a seat in your preferred workshops or any of the other star-studded events that mark this festive 20th jubilee conference.

A generous number of workshops are again on offer and professionals from around the globe and from agencies that define the rules and regulations in areas pertinent to the medical writing profession (including the European Medical Agency and the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency) will share their unique expertise during plenary sessions, lectures and workshops. EMWA's founding veterans will highlight 20 years of EMWA's pioneering achievements.

You are always in great company with EMWA, the prime meeting ground for professional medical writers and healthcare communicators. On that note, I would like to plead your continued support to help grow our membership by sharing EMWA with a friend, colleague, or anyone considering medical writing as a career option. Do generously spread the EMWA passion and do freely distribute EMWA's sponsorship package available at http://www.emwa.org/Sponsor/SPONSORSHIP_OPPORTUNITIES_2012_FINAL.pdf.

EMWA welcomes and honours its many volunteers and their invaluable contributions – they are the driving force behind 20 years of EMWA progress and are key to EMWA's future.

Welcome to sunny Cyprus!

May, 2012

 

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About the Medical Writing Journal
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The war on cancer – What is the enemy, and are we winning?
Medical writing for cancer trials and submissions
Developing a treatment for ovarian cancer
The evolving landscape of medical education in oncology
Some considerations on the safety evaluation section of clinical study reports for studies with anticancer drugs
Identifying appropriate journals in which to publish original research on vaccines against human infectious diseases
New myths about English
From researcher in Europe to medical writer in India
Imaging techniques in oncology
Is cancer preventable? A literature review
A rising tide: Hospitals and social media
In the Bookstores
Journal Watch
The Webscout
Manuscript Writing
Regulatory Writing
Good Writing Practice
Out On Our Own
Translation Section

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Raquel Billiones

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Evguenia Alechine

Jonathan Pitt

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Victoria White

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Alicia Waltman

Associate Editors

Anuradha Alahari

Jennifer Bell

Clare Chang

Barbara Grossman

Joselita T. Salita

Amy Whereat

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Nicole Bezuidenhout 

Digital Communication

Somsuvro Basu

EMWA News       

Aurélie Gobet / Paolo Rega

Gained in Translation

Raquel Billiones

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

Phil Leventhal

Manuscript Writing

Lisa Chamberlain-James

Medical Communications/Writing for Patients

Namrata Upadhyay

Medical Devices

Evguenia Alechine

My First Medical Writing

Anuradha Alahari

News from the EMA

Laura Kehoe

Out on Our Own

Jennifer Clemens

Regulatory Matters

Sam Hamilton

Regulatory Public Disclosure

Claire Gudex

Teaching Medical Writing

Kimi Uegaki

The Crofter: Sustainable Communications

Karim Montasser

Veterinary Writing

Editors Emeritus

Elise Langdon-Neuner

Phil Leventhal

Lay out Designer

Chris Monk