Scientific Writing for Medical Devices -
von FORUM Institut für Management GmbH
How to produce correct and top-quality scientific documents
- How to write a scientific document - Correct use of language and style - What a Notified Body looks for in your clinical evaluation - Exercises: Clinical Evaluation Report (CER) case study - Improving readability - being kind to your reader - Proofreading essentialsThis course will show you how to write scientific documents such as a clinical evaluation in good and readable English that is appropriate to your audience, while complying with the regulatory requirements.
This interactive course gives you a good understanding of the essential aspects of successful scientifc writing.You will learn how to prepare a document that is linguistically and stylistically appropriate, using suitable graphical elements such as tables, graphs and flowcharts, based on examples and best practice. Sessions on managing clinical evaluation projects will round off the intensive two-day programme.This course will familiarise you with organisational issues and best practices in writing for medical devices. You will understand the formal requirements of writing scientifc documents, how they can affect writing style, and the importance of the nuances of language.
This course has been designed for professionals responsible for writing and compiling a clinical evaluation report or technical documentation for medical device manufacturers.This includes medical writers working as employees of manufacturers or as a service-provider preparing a clinical evaluation report or technical documentation in medical device companies.The practical training will benefit both beginners in scientific writing and those wishing to update their knowledge and improve their English writing skills in this specifc area.