Peer-reviewed publication planning and delivery remains the cornerstone of evidence-based medicine and is essential to all aspects of HealthScience.
While publication practices become more transparent, delivery platforms evolve and demonstrating compliance becomes more complex, one element remains constant – the need to communicate the right evidence to the right audiences at the right time.
Our consultants and writers work directly with authors and clients as part of their core teams, building relationships and understanding their perspectives. Delivering high-quality writing brings satisfaction to our authors, clients and ourselves – contributing to our low staff turnover and assuring continuity for our clients. With over 15 years of experience in publishing evidence across a wide range of therapy areas, Oxford PharmaGenesis has the power to deliver and is dedicated to your success.
- Experience in all major therapeutic areas, including industry-leading expertise in rare and orphan diseases
- Expert publication services
- Real-world evidence (systematic reviews, database/registry publications)
- Value demonstration (cost-effectiveness and budget impact models, patient-reported outcomes)
- Clinical data (primary and secondary manuscripts, congress abstracts and presentations, meta-analyses including indirect treatment comparisons)
- Global, regional and local strategic publications plans (product and portfolio level)
- Data analysis and statistical consultancy
- Innovative digital publications platforms
- Good publication practice and compliance consultancy (please see our Publication Policy)
Examples of our work
El-Serag HB, Sweet S, Winchester CC, Dent J. Update on the epidemiology of gastro-oesophageal reflux disease: a systematic review. Gut 2014;63:871–80.
- You can link through to the news article that picked this paper up at http://theconversation.com/explainer-what-is-gastric-reflux-18791
Gattrell W, Hopewell S, Young K et al. Professional medical writing support and the quality of randomised controlled trial reporting: a cross-sectional study. BMJ Open 2016;6:e010329.
- YouTube presentation available here.