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Medical Affairs and Scientific Communications Forum

3 Meetings, 1 Location: Medical Communications, Medical Science Liaisons, Medical Writing

Session 6 Track 2: Techniques, Technology, and Templates: New Approaches to Writing Clinical Study Reports

Session Chair(s)

Ann  Winter-Vann, PhD

Ann Winter-Vann, PhD

  • Senior Writer and Manager
  • Whitsell Innovations, Inc., United States

A clinical study report (CSR) can be a confusing mass of data, or it can be a concise, effective presentation of study results. By introducing a strategy to develop consistent messaging across your document and teaching your team the benefits of a concise, streamlined document, you can produce clear, well-written CSRs in spite of your team’s preference to include the kitchen sink. In this session, you will also learn how – and why – to implement the new, thoughtfully designed, technology-enabled CSR template from TransCelerate.

Learning Objective : At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to:
  • Employ new strategies to develop consistent messaging throughout a CSR
  • Streamline the content of a CSR to decrease writing and review time
  • Identify the advantages of the TransCelerate CSR template and structured authoring


Lisa  Ambrosini Vadola, PhD, MA

Strategies to Maximize Efficiency in CSR Writing

Lisa Ambrosini Vadola, PhD, MA

  • Senior Writer and Associate Manager
  • Whitsell Innovations, Inc., United States
Elizabeth  Brown, MS, PMP

TransCelerate’s Common CSR Template: A Consistent Approach to Writing Compliant CSRs with Ease

Elizabeth Brown, MS, PMP

  • Director - Oncology Medical Writing
  • Merck Sharp & Dohme LLC , United States