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.

 


Posted on 22 Mar 2019

News of interest to medical writers: Health Canada

Health Canada have concluded their "Public Release of Clinical Information" consultation.

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Posted on 21 Mar 2019

New Webeditorials available online

Two new articles deal with preclinical research and the highs and lows of taking CME accredited courses.

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Posted on 19 Mar 2019

2019 Medical Communication Compensation Survey

AMWA invites EMWA members to participate in its survey.

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Posted on 14 Mar 2019

Registered for the conference? Don't forget to sign up for the Double Blind Randomised Dining event.

New self-paying event to replace the traditional gala dinner.

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Posted on 11 Mar 2019

EMWA elections 2019. Have you cast your vote yet?

Voting closes at midnight on Saturday, 23 March 2019.

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Posted on 08 Mar 2019

News of interest to medical writers: EMA guidance for medical devices

The EMA has published the first of a series of guidance documents to help applicants prepare for obligations stemming from the new EU regulations on medical devices.

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Posted on 06 Mar 2019

Medical Device Special Interest Group (SIG) update

A variety of activities are planned at the upcoming EMWA conference.

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Posted on 05 Mar 2019

Document of interest to medical writers: from lab to patient

The EMA has published a booklet describing the the journey of a centrally authorised medicine.

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