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Tom Lang

Tom Lang Communications and Training
Leader background:
Tom has been a technical writer since 1975 and has spent much of that time specialising in the critical appraisal and documentation of biomedical research and in studying evidence-based techniques for improving written communication. He is the author of “How to Report Statistics in Medicine”, a standard reference for reporting evidence-based medicine, and teaches medical writing at the University of Chicago, as well as to a variety of clients in North America and Asia. A Past President of the Council of Science Editors, he has also received teaching awards from the University of Chicago, The American Statistical Association, and AMWA. His goal is to increase the professional standing of medical writers by disseminating the bodies of knowledge and skills that are unique to the profession.
Interpreting and Reporting Measures of Risk
    Level: Foundation Area: Professional Techniques
    Code: PTF15 Duration: 03:00:00
Interpreting and Reporting Diagnostic Test Characteristics
    Level: Advanced Area: Professional Techniques
    Code: PTA5 Duration: 03:00:00
Mentor-guided Analytical Thinking (MAT): A Method for Training Medical Writers and Editors
    Level: Not for credit Area: Soft Skills
    Code: SSK2 Duration: 03:00:00