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 email@example.com.
Call for Abstracts
The Scientific Organising Committee invites abstract submissions for the 48th Annual EMWA Conference in Vienna, Austria.Read More
Delphi Study Invitation
EMWA members are invited to contribute to the development of a new outcome reporting standard for clinical trial protocols and reports of completed trials, called the Instrument for reporting Planned Endpoints in Clinical Trials (InsPECT).Read More
Three new articles are available online on topics related to medical writing that have stirred EMWA members to put pen to paper.Read More
REMINDER: Geoff Hall Scholarship 2018
Up to two scholarships are available in memory of one of the founding fathers of EMWA, Geoff Hall, who sadly passed away in 2010.Read More
Webinar for freelance EMWA members and non-members
Our next LIVE webinar will be on Thursday the 27th of September at 14:00 CET and cover EMWA’s outreach for its freelance members: activities and resources.Read More
News of interest to medical writers: UK withdrawal from the EU and clinical trials
Statement from European Commission Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety on the UK withdrawal from the EU and its impact on clinical trials.Read More
The 47TH EMWA conference registration is now open!
We are pleased to announce that Warsaw Conference registration is now open.Read More
New webinar now available online: "Why you shouldn't miss the next EMWA conference!"
EMWA conferences provide a medium for networking, active discussions and extensive cost-effective professional training. It's also an opportunity to benefit from the experiences of other medical writers.Read More