3rd International Congress on Medical Writing

3rd International Congress on Medical Writing, May 5-7, 2016, Istanbul, Turkey in collaboration with EDC, Centre for Diabetes Education; World Association of Medical Editors (WAME) and The Eastern Mediterranean Association of Medical Editors (EMAME).

You won’t want to miss this unique opportunity to join your colleagues and world-renowned experts for the latest medical and technical information on Medical Writing. The program will focus on cutting-edge research and evidence-based strategies to optimize medical writing. This forum will also be an excellent opportunity for the exchange of ideas and experiences with your colleagues from across the world.

This educational meeting is also a continuation of the collaboration between the EDC, Center for Diabetes Education and Dubai health community for the past 6 years.

Tentative line-up of speakers: Tom Lang, USA; Jaakko Tuomilehto, Finland; Sehnaz Karadeniz Turkey; Farhad Handjani, Iran; Paolo Pozzilli, Italy; Tevfik Ecder, Turkey; Haydar Sur, Turkey; Julia Donnelly, UK; Shaukat Ali Jawaid, Pakistan; Temel Yilmaz, Turkey; Selcuk Dagdelen, Turkey; Mahmoud Ibrahim, USA; Amr Mohamed, USA; Sam T Mathew, India

Topics: Medical Writing, Medical Research Publications, Online Publishing, Medical Journals Editorship, Medical Publications Code of Ethics, Open Access Articles, Medical Publications Indexing, Medical Statistical Analysis, Peer Reviewing, Barriers for Publishing & Distribution, The Art of Medical Writing, Medical Journals Networking, Clinical Trials

Register Now & Get a Free Copy Of The Famous Book “How to Write, Publish, and Present in the Health Sciences” (Selected by the Society of Technical Communications as one of the “ Top 100 Technical Communication Books of 1991–2010”) written by Prof Tom Lang.

We look forward to welcoming you at this exciting educational event.

Interested to join? Please contact  or visit the event website

Sam T Mathew

Phone: +91 9740184848



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