Medical Writing Patient-reported outcomes Out on Our Own
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Volume 27, Issue 4 - Patient-reported outcomes

Out on Our Own

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This issue of Out on Our Own is jam-packed with essential tips for any new freelancers or those tempted to become freelancers. Taking that step to becoming a freelancer isn’t only about finding clients, there’s so much more involved that perhaps isn’t obvious at first.

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Patient reported outcomes
President's Message
EMWA News
Measuring health outcomes: The foundation of contemporary healthcare decision-making
Measuring quality of life – theoretical background
Quality of life measures – an overview
Publication planning and patient-reported outcomes: Demonstrating value in a multi-stakeholder era
Patient-reported outcome measure translation: An overview
Systematic hospital collection of patient-reported outcome data via patient apps
The PROMIS of electronic patient-reported outcomes
Interview with Professor Matthias Rose on developing patient-reported outcomes and the PROMIS initiative
The UK pharmaceutical industry braces for Brexit, be it mild, severe, or doomsday
Awareness of medical writing as a profession and its career prospects
Estimands – closing the gap between study design and analysis
Protecting the rights of clinical trial patients through disclosure: The significance of plain language
News from the EMA
Regulatory Matters & Regulatory Public Disclosure
Medical Communications
Medical Devices
Journal Watch
In the Bookstores
Good Writing Practice
Getting Your Foot In The Door
My First Medical Writing
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