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Medical Affairs and Scientific Communications Forum

Medical Communication, MSL, and Medical Writing.


Session 3 Track 2B: Improving the Reporting of Clinical Trials

    Session Chair(s)
      Jennie G. Jacobson, PhD

      Jennie G. Jacobson, PhD

      • Lead Medical Writer
      • Fishawack Communications, United States
    Clinical trial data presentation in the medical literature is under increasing scrutiny. It must be accurate, balanced, and comprehensive but also concise. Publications must adhere to a variety of guidelines, including the ICMJE recommendations and GPP3. The panel will lead a group discussion of challenges and solutions for improving reporting of clinical trials.
    Learning Objective : At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to:
    • Assemble authoring teams to improve presentation of clinical trial data by using the ICMJE recommendations and GPP3
    • Assess effectiveness of data quality reviews
    • Implement best practices shared by the panel and by audience members
    Speaker(s)
      Darren  Taichman, MD, PhD

      Speaker

      Darren Taichman, MD, PhD

      • Executive Deputy Editor
      • Annals of Internal Medicine, United States
      David B. Clemow, PhD

      Speaker

      David B. Clemow, PhD

      • Advisor, Scientific Communications Information Strategy
      • Eli Lilly and Company, United States
      Jennie G. Jacobson, PhD

      Speaker

      Jennie G. Jacobson, PhD

      • Lead Medical Writer
      • Fishawack Communications, United States