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First, we go local, with two announcements from the European Medicines Agency (EMA). Then, an article about the micro level checks on which existing molecules can be repurposed to treat SARS-CoV-2. Lastly, a Science article reveals that excipients (drug...

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How to write a summary of a research paper (with template)

In our daily work as medical writers, we have to read many scholarly articles and extract the main information from them. Having a process to retrieve that information and create a short summary that you can easily access will save you precious time. That’s why I decided to guide you through my process of summarising a research article and created a handy template.

Having short summaries of academic papers is useful to create news articles, press releases, social media posts, blog articles, or curated news reports, like the one I write weekly for my newsletter subscribers.

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Diana Ribeiro is a pharmacist and freelance medical writer based in Cascais, Portugal. She helps pharma, biotech, and meddev companies communicate with their audiences in a clear, accurate, and compelling way. Diana is an active member of the European Medical Writers Association, where she volunteers for the webinar team.

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This week, less is more

First, we go local, with two announcements from the European Medicines Agency (EMA). Then, an article about the micro level checks on which existing molecules can be repurposed to treat SARS-CoV-2. Lastly, a Science article reveals that excipients (drug...

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