Medical Writing Track
The 29th DIA Medical Affairs & Scientific Communication meeting is the forum to network and learn from colleagues in and supporting Medical Writing. Industry experts will share the latest approaches in medical regulatory AND publication writing.
Topics discussed include this year include health economics outcomes research publication considerations, clinical data disclosure requirements for submission and implementation of common protocol templates. Attend the meeting to gain insight into the latest challenges and opportunities impacting Medical Writing!
Preconference Short Courses in Medical Writing
- Advertising, Promotion, and Scientific Content Review Process | Monday, March 19
- Wearing Multiple Hats With Style: How to Effectively Manage Your Medical Writing Projects | Monday, March 19
General Session Schedule in Medical Writing
Monday, March 19
- Are You Calling Me Transparent? Insights into Clinical Trial Transparency: Layperson Summaries and the Plain Language Initiative
- The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors’ Authorship and Data Sharing Statement Requirements: What and Why
- Improving the Reporting of Clinical Trials
Tuesday, March 20
- Alpha and Alphabet: Statisticians and Medical Writers Working Together
- The Trouble with IgG: Immunogenicity in the Clinical Deveopment of Biologics
- Contemplate Your Template: New or Used Options for Protocol Development
- Interstellar: Crossing the Galaxy between Pharma and Medical Devices/Companion Diagnostics
- Brave New World: Planning for Global Submissions in a Post-Disclosure World
- Scientific Communication Strategy
- Secrets of the Editorial Office
Wednesday, March 21
- Managing Up, Down, and Across: Managing Medical Writers-Added Value of Manager/Employee Relationships
- Personalized Medicine: Gene Therapy
- HEOR: What is it Good for- Absolutely Everything!/Patient-Reported Outcome (PRO) Data and Publications: Keeping the Patient in Mind
Who is This Track Designed For?
Professionals involved in: scientific communications, medical writing, regulatory writing, regulatory submissions, and data disclosure submissions.