EMWA Webinars Programme
EMWA webinars help members to develop skills and keep up to date with new or rapidly developing areas. Most of our webinars are live, online seminars with the opportunity for participants to ask questions. For live webinars, you only need to register – you will need your EMWA membership details.
Live webinars are recorded and uploaded to the Webinar Archive soon after the event. The Webinar Archive is only accessible to EMWA members.
Each year we run a few webinars that are publicly available.
Laura Collada Ali and Jules Kovacevic are the EPDC members responsible for webinars. With the support of the webinar team Laura and Jules lead, plan and promote the programme, help presenters to prepare for their webinars, provide quality assurance, and run the live webinars. The webinar team also provides analysis of the webinar metrics.
Meet the EMWA webinar team
We are happy to announce upcoming webinars below. Webinars may be either recorded and uploaded on the due date or live online seminars. For live webinars, you only need to register and then connect to our webinars platform on the due date. A recording will be available shortly after the event in the Archive section. Nevertheless, we advise you to participate, because this will enable you to ask questions and contribute to an active discussion. For the recorded webinars we encourage you to send us any questions you may have on the topic by the date indicated and they will be answered in the recording.
Please email the webinar team with any questions or accessibility concerns.
Note: We reserve the right to cancel a webinar if needed, although we will make all effort to avoid it. Also, we make every effort to ensure we have a stable internet connection to run EMWA webinars, but it is not possible to provide a 100% stable connection. If for any reason, the presentation has to be cancelled by the organiser, a notification email will be sent as soon as possible.
Thursday 21st January 2021, 14:00 CET
Andrea Rossi - Medical writing, medical communications and scientific affairs consultant,
Julia Donnelly - Medical communications consultant
After all the time, effort and expense of conducting research, how often do researchers say: “I was unable to publish these results because I don’t have the time”? Publication’s statistics tell us it’s a common issue, even in clinical trials, where ethical guidelines mandate that the results of all studies should be published. Publication planning has a fundamental impact upon medical writers’ activity, irrespective of writing genre, and has be aligned to strategic objectives of the study sponsor and its communication plan.
In this webinar the key aspects and challenges of Publication Planning will be explored to give insight on what publication planning is, the importance of a good publication planning and how medical writers who are working on the preparation of high-impact publications, can help to deliver a successful publication plan. With the right focus and planning, you can choose the right targets to achieve your writing goals.
Basic know-how of the environment of scientific publications and clinical studies disclosure is needed to fully appreciate the contents.
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Thursday 11th February 2021, 14:00 CET
Veterinary articles for scientific journals: Case reports
Dr. med. vet. Cemile Jakupoglu - Cyton AH Biosciences GmbH – a knoell company
This web-seminar for beginners will point out the necessary steps to write veterinary case reports, where to find guidance and common pitfalls to watch out for.
Outline of the covered topics:
- What is a (good) case report
- Where to find relevant guidance
- Necessary steps to writing a good case report
- Process of getting published
Thursday 18th March 2021, 14:00 CET
The impact of COVID-19 on the content of clinical trial documentations: new requirements!
In early 2020, the US FDA and the EMA issued emergency guidance documents on how to manage clinical trials during the COVID-19 pandemic. Included in these guidances are additional requirements and documentations for ongoing clinical trials. This webinar will discuss these new requirements and share the first experiences from a medical writing perspective, with particular focus on the clinical study protocol and clinical study report. This session is aimed at medical writers and clinical researchers who are familiar with clinical trial documents.
April 2021 (exact date to be confirmed)
Transitioning from Medical Translation to Medical Writing
Laura C Collada Ali, freelance Medical Writing & Paz Gómez-Polledo, freelance Medical Writing & Translation Consultant
Many medical writers often wonder what is needed to transition into medical writing. What is the background needed? How to land a first medical writing project? What kind of documents can a translator write? If you ever wanted these questions or any other related ones answered, join us in this webinar to see how the two speakers did the transition or how they combine both, translation and writing.
2021 (exact date to be confirmed)
MedCom via video? Veterinary medicine on YouTube as an example of communicating medicine to a lay audience.
Karim Montasser, freelance MedComms writer and YouTuber
Publishers want it, german politicians press for it and an ever-growing interested audience is looking for it: Videos that communicate medicine in the form of video abstracts, highly shareable clips or even video essays. In this webinar, we will look at:
- what works on the internet (spoiler: it isn't clickbait)
- which platforms we can use
- what equipment do we need.
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Volunteering for EMWA webinars
If you think you have something interesting to communicate to other EMWA members and are eager to run a webinar of your own, contact the webinar team. Your proposal will be evaluated by the webinars team and the EPDC and we will provide our feedback as soon as possible.