As part of the scientific content team at TRM Oncology, my daily project portfolio is extremely diverse, but boils down to one thing: Effectively communicating the clinical relevance of our clients’ products. Such communication requires well-researched content that is of high quality, accurate, and up to date with the newest medical developments.

Along with numerous networking opportunities, the takeaways regarding industry trends, innovations, discoveries, and advancements are the major benefits of attending an oncology conference. But often, due to the grandiosity of such events, it’s difficult to walk away feeling like you’ve experienced everything you had planned.

In my previous blog post (read it here) I addressed the challenge of overcoming issues around the increasing number of authors in articles. I summarized the 4 conditions for authorship. In addition, authors should be aware of the contributions of their co-authors and have confidence in the integrity of these contributions. Read more about ICMJE […]

Authorship and medical publications are essential to disseminate knowledge about disease, communicate the latest findings from clinical research, and share experiences in patient management across the medical community. With these goals in mind, scientific journals represent the most trustworthy, evidence-based platform that assists healthcare professionals in decision-making to provide patients with the best therapies available. […]