Regulatory Writing: An Overview, Second Edition

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Regulatory Writing: An Overview, Second Edition

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Lead Editor

Lisa DeTora, PhD

Product Description

The second edition of Regulatory Writing: An Overview presents a writer’s-eye view of regulatory documentation intended to help writers, reviewers, and readers of regulatory documentation to better understand the varied aims and audiences of these complex documents. Novice writers as well as seasoned professionals will benefit from this new edition. Regulatory Writing is an invaluable resource for any professional engaged in designing, composing, compiling, or commenting on regulatory documentation. The authors have cited relevant guidelines, industry guidance, publication guides, and collaborative efforts to streamline, harmonize, and advance the production of high-quality regulatory documentation.

Who should buy this book?

This book was developed for regulatory professionals of all levels of RAPS Regulatory Competency Framework, including newcomers and seasoned professionals as well as academics and governmental employees. Regulatory professionals at Levels 1 and 2 of the framework will be able to easily access relevant regulations and guidance in specific countries and how to apply them in one convenient place. For more senior professionals at Levels 3 and 4 responsible for global regulatory strategy, the book will serve as a valuable resource to facilitate strategic discussions on regulations and policy worldwide.

The best regulatory authors and editors successfully balance content, regulations, and writing; information that is constantly changing. Thus, best practice requires continual adjustments and revisions.
Lisa DeTora, PhD

Published by RAPS © 2020. Hardcover. 288 pages. ISBN: 978-1-947493-55-1.

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