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For regulatory and academic medical writing, the most common style guide is the AMA Manual of Style (10th edition, 2007), published by the American Medical Association. When pharmaceutical companies and academic journals create their own in-house style guides, typically they are based on AMA style. If your clients use a particular style guide, it is worth learning that style. However, the rules of any style can be overwhelming and difficult to remember, even for seasoned medical writers.
Expert Medical Writing departments and countless individual Medical Writers use PerfectIt™ for submissions, dossiers, reports, publications, evaluations, applications, package inserts, and so much more.
As a medical writer, your team depends on you to catch errors, large and small. It’s your job to make sure that months or even years of hard work on a regulatory submission, grant application, or research article aren’t undermined by small imperfections that make a bad impression and weaken your team’s credibility.
Create a table of abbreviations at the beginning of your document if you have a lot of abbreviations or if a regulatory guidance requires it (e.g. ICH-E3 calls for a list of abbreviations in clinical study reports). PerfectIt finds every abbreviation and matches it to a definition.
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