The BMJ publishes an explanation article to aid interpretation of the PRISMA-DTA reporting guidelines.
ISMPP poll result in ‘The MAP’ explores what to do if you have concerns about a potentially insufficient manuscript review by non-English speaking authors
What is the optimal design for a scientific poster? Insights from the founder of the #betterposter movement
Mike Morrison discusses the problem with traditional scientific posters and how they could be redesigned to more effectively communicate research.
The MAP newsletter explores ways to maximise relevance of global scientific communication platforms for regional stakeholders.
Add your contributions to the 9th annual MedComms Day.
The Research Data Alliance has published standardised research data policies, but wider collaboration is needed to ensure they are supported and implemented.
Find out why guidance is needed and what’s covered in the new Synthesis Without Meta-analysis (SWiM) guidelines.
In a recent article in Knowable magazine, Betsy Mason describes the benefits and pitfalls of different graphics and the need for better training in data visualisation.
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Patient information specialist, Hannah Bridges, gives advice on how to adapt writing for lay audiences.
[VIDEO] Professional medical writing support and the quality, ethics and timeliness of clinical trial reporting: a systematic review
Obaro Evuarherhe, Principal Consultant at Oxford PharmaGenesis, discusses professional medical writing support and the quality, ethics and timeliness of clinical trial reporting.
Help and guidance for writing narrative reviews and Delphi consensus statements.
Does professional medical writing support impact the quality, ethics and timeliness of clinical trial reporting?
Findings of a systematic review show working with professional medical writers positively affects measures of quality, ethics and timeliness.
The MAP newsletter explores an issue faced by medical publication professionals.
Open source software is often used in science but is left uncited in many publications: researchers urge authors to make a change.
An article in the MAP newsletter examines how plain language summaries are key in making peer-reviewed biomedical research accessible to all.