Topic: Good Communication and Documentation
Restrictive or time saving? In this episode, Barry, Senior Partner at Trilogy Writing & Consulting, reflects on the importance of style guides and how these can serve as a compass to accompany medical writers when deciding on the grammatical or stylistic rules that need to be applied to the documents they are writing. Style guides not only save time (and money) in the writing process but also help improve the document review process. You might also like to listen to Episode 4: The Power of Good Review Practice.
“Style guides will not only improve your writing, but greatly improve your review processes.” – Barry Drees
Rapid dissemination of scientific information, lower standards in review processes, unvetted information.
In this episode, Barry, Senior Partner at Trilogy Writing & Consulting, and Art, Principal at MedSciCom, explore the never-ending ethical situations that are deep-rooted in the profession of medical writing.
In this episode, Julia and Barry, Senior Partners at Trilogy Writing & Consulting, call for a “revolution and complete overhaul in the way documents are reviewed”. They explain how a focused review process leads to a transformational change in how drugs get approved.
In this episode, Julia and Barry talk about the importance of lean medical writing to communicate the key messages efficiently. The goal is story, not storage. They discuss how less is more and the importance of giving answers to the questions posed by studies, rather than just spewing data. Lean writing is at the core of how to take aim at inefficient medical writing.