Listen to Jason Gardner discuss how to prepare and store plain language summaries in this podcast from ISMPP.
Five sessions from the MedComms Forum provide valuable, practical insights into how medical events are changing amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Part B of a two-part series delves into the practicalities of patient authorship and offers tips for effective and ethical patient collaboration.
Patient authorship is here and here to stay. Part A of a two-part series explores how sponsors may benefit from patient authorship, or risk getting left behind.
Find out how bite-size content is being used to reach time-poor readers in an era of information overload in our summary of the ISMPP Annual Meeting preview.
Listen to patient partnership specialist Lauri Arnstein’s perspectives on the role of patients in medical publishing.
Listen to publishers discuss the latest trends and developments in medical publishing.
Dawn Lobban, Senior Scientific Lead at Alligent Europe, Envision Pharma shares her experience of involving patients in medical publishing.
Patient information specialist, Hannah Bridges, gives advice on how to adapt writing for lay audiences.
Simon Stones gives his view on the practical steps that patients, publishers and the pharmaceutical industry can take to boost patient involvement in research.
An article in the MAP newsletter examines how plain language summaries are key in making peer-reviewed biomedical research accessible to all.
[VIDEO] Plain-language summaries: what are they, and why consider including them in our publications
Jan Seal-Roberts provides a topical discussion about plain-language summaries including why we should include these in our publications.
We take a look at the results of the first study evaluating the experiences of patient and public reviewers.
The BMJ uses its experience with patient partnerships to encourage other journals to increase patient involvement.
Get up to speed with the latest tips for increasing patient involvement in publications from Elevate Magazine.
The increasing role of patients in medical research and publications is discussed in the latest issue of the MAP newsletter.