As a medical writer, one of the most essential tools to have at your disposal is not the ability to build an argument up from its raw elements to a brilliant conclusion or even to a wide-ranging vocabulary that can make a piece of medical writing shine, but to be able to understand what you […]
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Frank has a passion for medical communications and over 12 years of experience providing professional and reliable support to product teams in the pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industry.
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The intended final stage of a clinical research project is, of course, the writing up of the results and their publication in a medical journal. After all, decision and policy makers, as well as clinicians, medical writers and other researchers, rely on the publication of healthcare evidence in medical literature for their information.
In any field of medicine, and for any topic you care to choose, there are a bewildering number of papers published every year in an ever-increasing number of journals. This means that, for medical writers starting medical writing assignments, the task of finding relevant studies and papers can seem overwhelming, not to mention potentially time-consuming […]
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