Veristat will lead a roundtable discussion at the 2017 AMWA Medical Writing and Communication conference discussing how the writing process and content differs between nonclinical and clinical documents.
Friday, November 3, 2017 from 12:15–1:45 PM Roundtable Lunch in the Exhibit Hall
The Differences (and Similarities) Between Nonclinical and Clinical Writing
Christina Pligavko, Senior Medical Writer, Veristat, LLC, Southborough, MA
What You will Learn?
This proposed roundtable would be geared toward new medical writers who are interested in learning about nonclinical/technical writing or come from a background in nonclinical research. Nonclinical and clinical documents have their own specific purpose in drug development which goes beyond animal versus human. This roundtable will discuss how the writing process and content differs between nonclinical and clinical writing as well as the points of overlap. Topics for discussion would include (but are not limited to) the differences and similarities in: the guidances and regulations which oversee and define the content of each, the sources used in the generation of nonclinical versus clinical documents, and the challenges faced when given early development data in animals versus late stage human data.
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