Paul Lane will be presenting on the interpretation of Altmetrics to assess the impact of publications and the potential shortcomings of these metrics at the Midwest meeting of The International Publication Planning Association (TIPPA) in Chicago, IL on June 12-13.
Visit our booth at the Midwest meeting of The International Publication Planning Association (TIPPA) in Chicago, IL on June 12-13 for more information on the full range of our services and for a demonstration of Datavision™,dvClear™ or Visiontracker™.
Visit our booth at the 2nd Annual Forum on Global Publication Planning and Clinical Trial Registries in Dublin, Ireland on June 11-12for more information on the full range of our services and for a demonstration of Datavision™, dvClear™ or Visiontracker™.
We will have a strong presence at the 2nd Annual Forum on Global Publication Planning and Clinical Trial Registries, which will be held June 11-12 in Dublin, Ireland. The theme of the meeting is "Strategies for Effective and Compliant Data Disclosure and Dissemination", and aims to address the implications of increased levels of data transparency on publications planning. The full program is available for download from the CBI website.
Envision will have a strong presence at the Annual Meeting of International Society for Medical Publication Professionals (ISMPP), which will be held April 29–May 1 in Baltimore, Maryland. The theme of the meeting is "Empowering the Medical Publication Community to Advance the Profession", and aims to provide practical solutions to many of the key challenges faced by medical publication professionals. The full program is available for download or via the meeting App.
Russell Traynor of Envision Technology Solutions has an opinion piece on “The Future of Medical Publications” on Pharmaphorum.com.
Paul Lane PhD, CMPP, presented on the role of social media in publication planning and Laura Carlson, JD, CMPP, presented on the impact of budget constraints on big pharma, small pharma and vendors at the 11th annual meeting of The International Publication Planning Association in Marina Del Rey, California on February 11-12.
UBC-Envision had a strong presence at a American Medical Writers Association (AMWA) chapter meeting. UBC-Envision Scientific Solutions Lead, Tom Gegeny, delivered a presentation titled, “Medical Writing Certification–An Update on AMWA's Work in Progress” at the Annual Freelance Workshop hosted by the Delaware Valley Chapter of AMWA, on Saturday, March 16, 2013, at the Hilton, Philadelphia Airport, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The 10th Biennial New England Conference of the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA) took place on Saturday, April 6, 2013 at the Sturbridge Host Hotel & Conference Center, Sturbridge, Massachusetts. Tom Gegeny of UBC-Envision Scientific Solutions participated in the Workshop panel, “Transitioning to Medical Writing from Allied Fields”.
The American Diabetes Association has updated its Diabetes Clinical Practice Recommendations and Standards of Medical Care
The United BioSource Corporation (UBC) Marketing team has spearheaded the development of a book entitled, Evidence Matters: Solution-Driven Approaches to Scientific, Regulatory & Commercial Challenges Facing the Biopharmaceutical Industry, with chapters written by more than 40 UBC scientists and practice area leads from all areas of the organization.
UBC-Envision Group’s Russell Traynor has co-authored an article in the June issue of Pharmaceutical Marketing Europe. In a feature entitled ‘Quality Control’, Russell and Sarah L. Feeney have addressed current concerns surrounding publication planning in emerging markets.
A number of UBC-Envision Group employees regularly serve as officers, presenters, and volunteers in publications-specialty organizations such as the International Society of Medical Publications Professionals (ISMPP) and the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA). Most recently, Tom Gegeny, a Team Lead & Senior Medical Writer in UBC-Envision Group’s Scientific Solutions team, led workshops at two AMWA chapter meetings.
Russell Traynor, of UBC-Envision Group’s Client Solutions team, has been elected President of the International Society of Medical Publications Professionals (ISMPP), beginning in 2012. This selection represents an unparalleled degree of success for the company, as it is the second time in the society’s short history that a UBC-Envision Group team member has been elected to lead the ISMPP (in 2008–2009, the presidency was held by Gene Snyder).
UBC-Envision Group was once again strongly represented at the 7th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals (ISMPP). This year’s meeting was entitled 'Anticipating Change in Medical Publications: Leading Now for the Future', and took place in Arlington, Virginia, April 4–6, 2011. Six UBC-Envision Group team members gave presentations during the 3-day meeting.
Dan Donovan, co-founder of UBC-Envision Group, was featured in the latest US edition of Communiqué magazine, which invited several industry leaders to participate in a roundtable discussion on the issue of ghostwriting. Communiqué editor Kate Fodor asked participants to explain the distinctions between medical writing and the ghostwriting that has come under fire in the lay press and to explain some of the areas of confusion when it comes to the press’ and the public’s understanding of medical communications.
UBC-Envision will once again be showcasing its industry-leading technology solutions software Datavision™ and Visiontracker™ at a number of international symposia in 2011.
At UBC-Envision, we can confidently say that we offer unrivalled experience and expertise in publications planning. But we also believe that a successful medical publications program is achieved not only by selecting an appropriate agency or publications management software; more important is the ongoing effort to stay in tune with the dynamic publications arena.
The International Society for Medical Publication Professionals (ISMPP) established the Certified Medical Publication Professional (CMPP) program in 2009 to assess the levels of knowledge and experience that are required to plan, develop, and implement an effective, compliant, and transparent publications program in the complex environment of medical publications.
UBC-Envision will once again provide a strong teaching presence at the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA) 70th Annual Conference, which takes place November 11-13, 2010, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
UBC-Envision Group strategic business unit head Russell Traynor has co-authored a thought-provoking article which looks at the impact of the ‘new media’ on the medical publications industry, a key topic at the 6th International Society for Medical Publication Professionals (ISMPP) Annual Meeting, which took place in Arlington, Virginia in April, 2010.
UBC-Envision Group, developers of the industry-leading software application designed to assist in the transparent and compliant process of medical publications planning, is pleased to announce the launch of Datavision™ 5.0. This newly released version, developed with contributions from some of the industry’s leading publication planners, has further improved the range of capabilities with performance gains, a new look and feel for the Reviewer’s Website, and significant ease-of-use adjustments to the power user’s desktop.
UBC-Envision Group Team Leader Tom Gegeny presented at the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA) New England Chapter meeting on Wednesday, May 12, 2010.