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    The official newsletter of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals

ISMPP Highlights

Exploring Our Challenges and Opportunities at the 2021 European Meeting

Exploring Our Challenges and Opportunities at the 2021 European Meeting

In the face of challenges and opportunities arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, and the evolution occurring in our profession, the first-ever virtual format of the 2021 European Meeting of ISMPP, January 26-27, tackled the theme, Collaboration, connectivity and change: A holistic view of the scientific communications environment in 2021. We were thrilled to host more than 300 attendees!…

Message from Our Leadership


Robert J. Matheis
ISMPP President and CEO

News and Trends

 

The Year in Review / The Year Ahead

The Year in Review / The Year Ahead

“The Year in Review / The Year Ahead” highlights significant topics in the year 2020 that were selected by The MAP Working Group. Watch three members of The MAP Working Group introduce each topic in videos. Information is also provided about ISMPP resources covering the individual topics…

What I Would Like You to Know: A Medical Affairs Perspective

What I Would Like You to Know: A Medical Affairs Perspective

What are the key things you want your medical publication colleagues to know from your experience as a medical affairs professional? It is key to think strategically when working in the medical affairs profession. Developing a publication is not just creating a data dump from the clinical study report; it is telling a story out of that data…

What Would You Do?

In our role as medical publication professionals, we may occasionally encounter situations in which it is not obvious how to ensure good publication practice. Have you ever wished you could consult the ISMPP membership for guidance when these situations arise? Here’s your opportunity!

What Would You Do? is a section of The MAP that presents case scenarios as an educational tool for medical publication professionals. The section provides a case scenario to ponder, and readers are invited to participate in a poll by selecting one of the listed solutions. Readers can also submit their thoughts on the scenario anonymously. The poll results, plus educational insights, are posted in a later issue for readers to digest.

 

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