Plagiarism in CERs – What To Look Out For

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Plagiarism can have a detrimental effect in scientific/medical research, as it triggers both disreputation and depreciation but in the case of regulatory writers involved in the production of CERs, plagiarism accusations could also result in major non-conformances and obsolescence of the evidence provided to support conformity to essential requirements.

But is it possible to be in the situation where a regulatory writer will commit plagiarism in a Clinical Evaluation Report?

In this eBook, we will examine guidelines for regulatory writing and documents, incidences and causes of plagiarism, as well as what to look out for, if in doubt.

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