Posted on 02 Jul 2022

Medical Writing June 2022 Issue

MEW June 2022 Issue front cover

The June 2022 issue of Medical Writing is now available on our journal website.This issue on Medical Devices is guest-edited by Kelly Goodwin Burri and Namrata Upadhyay, supported by the EMWA Medical Device Special Interest Group.The June 2022 issue focuses on the experiences, challenges, and lessons learned in the last 12 months since the EU Medical Device Regulation came into application.

Also included are highlights of the 53rd EMWA in-person conference in Berlin.

Upcoming Issues of Medical Writing

September 2022: A virtual workforce

Working remotely/working from home has become the norm these days. This issue will focus on various aspects of working from home – the good, the bad, the ugly.

We will have articles on the challenges of writing from home, managing teams, and also on how some of us overcome these challenges and enjoy this opportunity.

Guest Editor: Archana Nagarajan The deadline for feature articles has passed.


December 2022: Open science and open pharma

Open access ensures that the highest quality, peer-reviewed evidence is available to anyone who needs it, anywhere in the world.

This issue will focus on how open access and plain language summaries improve transparency, advance medical science and ultimately improve patient care.

Focus will also be given to how Open Pharma, a group of pharmaceutical companies and other research funders, alongside healthcare professionals, regulators, patients, publishers and other stakeholders in healthcare, are driving this goal.

Guest Editors: Martin Delahunty, Tanya Stezhka, and Chris Winchester. The deadline for feature articles is September 1, 2022.


March 2023: Clinical trials

Medical writers and communicators are involved in clinical trials, from writing the trial protocol to reporting and publishing the trial results.

This issue will focus on our roles, responsibilities, the documents we create, and our audience. Furthermore, we will also cover the regulations and best working practices governing documentations for clinical trials.

Guest Editors: Raquel Billiones and Ivana Turek. The deadline for feature articles is December 1, 2022.

Also coming in 2023: Special Issues on Freelancing, Automation, and Biotechnology


Take note of the journal paperless option
Our journal is available electronically and can be read online or downloaded as pdf. If you want to explore the green paperless MEW experience, you can opt out of receiving the paper copy of the journal in your EMWA profile under “Preferences.”

Raquel Billiones
Editor-in-Chief, Medical Writing