EMWA is the European Medical Writers Association, a network of professionals that represents, supports and trains medical communicators in Europe. It is a not for profit organisation that is run for its members by its members.

This website offers access to EMWA's journal Medical Writing, as well as our Freelancer and Company listing and our Jobs page advertising vacancies for both freelance and in-house medical writers and editors. If you would like more information about how to sign up to the freelancer or company list, or how to advertise your job vacancies on this website, please contact info@emwa.org.



The EMWA conference in Brussels is filling up!

Have you already booked your ticket to the 43rd EMWA Conference which will be held at The Sheraton Hotel, Brussels, Belgium from 3–5 November 2016? Over 120 medical writers have already done so, and six workshops are already close to being full.

Don't delay, register today and benefit from the special early bird discount (available until 3 October).

You can find all of the information you need at the dedicated conference page.

We look forward to welcoming you to Brussels!



News of interest to medical writers: ClinicalTrials.gov

EMWA members may be interested in reading the open access article from the New England Journal of Medicine titled Trial Reporting in ClinicalTrials.gov — The Final Rule. This article specifies requirements for registering certain clinical trials and submitting summary results information to ClinicalTrials.gov.

If you would like to share similar news snippets with other medical writers, please forward these to emwaweb@emwa.org



EMWA Freelance Business Forum (FBF), Brussels: NEWSFLASH!

Great news for EMWA's Freelance Business Forum (FBF)…

Marco Torregrossa Secretary General of the European Forum for Independent Professionals (EFIP) is our FBF Guest Speaker and a contributor to the Table Discussions at the FBF at the EMWA conference in Brussels!
Marco Torregrossa
Find out what is happening at the European level for freelancers like you. Freelancers are certainly not alone! The future looks brighter when you hear how EFIP and others are lobbying and working on our behalf to promote and support future ways of working.

More about Marco Torregrossa here.

Bring your questions and be prepared for some lively discussions.

See you there,             
Julie and Satyen - your Freelance Advocates and co-hosts for the FBF

Don't forget - conference registration is now open.


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Practical guide for writing clinical study protocols for medical devices - registration now open!

This webinar is intended for medical writers who are interested in writing about medical devices. It gives practical, step-by-step guidance on how to write a clinical study protocol for a medical device. The webinar, given by EMWA's PR Officer Beatrix Doerr, will take place on 9th September 2016 at 15:00 CEST (14:00 BST).

EMWA members can register on the EMWA webinars page where details of archived and future webinars can be accessed.