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Volume 29, Issue 4 - Writing for Patients

Medical Devices

Abstract

The Medical Devices Regulation (MDR 2017/745) has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic and will now take effect on May 26, 2021.1 Some manufacturers may regard this as a slight breather, but there are still enough obstacles to overcome. The MDR enforces stricter rules on the clinical evaluation process with a focus on safety and performance of medical devices and introduced several new document requirements

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Editorial - Writing for Patients
Editorials - Passing the Torch: The Sequel/Filling Big Shoes
Foreword: Writing for Patients, Foreword from the EMA
President's Message
EMWA News
Promoting equity in understanding: A cross-organisational plain language glossary for clinical research
Medical abbreviations with multiple meanings: A prescription for disaster
Writing for patients: When and how?
Lay summaries for Phase 1 trials in healthy volunteers
Participant information – an ethics committee view
Establishing a patient publication steering committee: A case study with insights for medical writers
Translation: A transcultural activity
Writing for the internet
Social Media: A tool that can benefit public health?
Partnering with patient associations: Engaging medical writers to support health literacy for patients
Pharmaceutical clinical trials transparency and privacy
News from the EMA
Medical Devices
Regulatory Matters
In the Bookstores
Good Writing Practice
My First Medical Writing
Getting Your Foot in the Door
Out on Our Own

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