Medical Writing Risk Management In the Bookstores

Volume 24, Issue 2 - Risk Management

In the Bookstores


Do you know the difference between compliment and complement? Do you know your breeches from your breaches? Do you know why the word ‘Ghoti’ should be pronounced ‘fish’? Answers to these questions and many other interesting facts regarding the English language can be found in the fourth edition of Medical Writing: A Prescription for Clarity by Neville Goodman, Martin Edwards, and Elise Langdon-Neuner. This book caters for writers at all stages of their careers and from different fields of medical writing; whether you are a physician, a professional medical writer, or a student, this book provides an array of practical information to help improve the clarity of your writing. Those writers for whom English is an additional language will find this book particularly useful as a guide to ensuring effective and coherent writing.



Risk Management
President's Message
The changing face of (benefit-)risk management
Pharmacovigilance medical writing: An evolving profession
A shot at demystifying the risk management plan for medical writers
Using social media as the patient's voice in the benefit-risk assessment of drugs: Are we ready?
Special section: Winners of the Geoff Hall Scholarship essay competition
News from the EMA
Profile: An interview with Ingrid Edsman on why attending EMWA conferences is so rewarding!
The Webscout
In the Bookstores
Regulatory Writing: Review process in regulatory writing
Lingua Franca and Beyond
Gained in Translation
Manuscript Writing
English Grammar and Style: Revising medical writing Reasons not rules: Backtracking, pronoun-induced Part 3 - Double syntactic unit revision and syntactic position revision
Out On Our Own

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