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new_star_anim.gif (5191 bytes) MedSci Communications & Consulting Co. provides technical writing and meeting planning services for clients in the medical, scientific, and health sectors. To provide the highest quality services, we are committed to professional development and continuously learning about new services for the meeting planning industry. In addition, through the course of our projects, we research a variety of medical and health topics.

"What’s New" is our opportunity to share some of this knowledge with you, in the form of brief articles and helpful tips. As we add to this page, older articles will be archived.

January 1, 2010 - MedSci Communications has moved its physical address to Canada's picturesque East Coast. Last year, our President and Chief Writer, Dagmar Gross, had an opportunity to take up residence in Cape Breton, promptly fell in love with the scenery, the change of pace, and the clean, fresh ocean air, and has since made the move permanent. Accordingly, the MedSci Communications mailing address has changed along with the New Year:  24 Boyd Street, Glace Bay, Nova, Scotia, Canada, B1A 2G4. And you can reach us by phone at: 902-849-8978. We continue to be readily accessible through our website and email addresses, which remain the same, and we are pleased to continue providing medical writing and meeting planning services right across Canada and internationally.  Please update your contact lists accordingly.

May 12, 2008 - We've expanded our meeting planning services to offer full Delegate Evaluation Form services, from designing the evaluation form to data input and statistical analysis, and preparation of a final report. For details about this and our other meeting planning services, visit the Meeting Planning page. Or click here to be taken directly to Delegate Evaluation Forms.

July 23, 2007 – We’re pleased to introduce two additional members of the MedSci Communications team, both of whom have a strong science and research background. Monica Winkler specializes in financial management, registration, speaker/VIP requirements and full logistics support for each of our events. Megan Primeau assists with the research, writing, editing, and formatting of many of our reports and manuscripts. You can meet Monica and Megan on our Who We Are page.

April 28, 2005 - The Journals page has been updated, with fresh links to nearly 1,400 medical journals. Feel free to bookmark this page as your first point of access to free sample issues, tables of contents, specific articles, author instructions, and subscription information.

April 27, 2003 - With the recent worldwide outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and the travel advisory issued by the World Health Ogranziation, we have prepared a special report to provide some quick facts about the current situation in Toronto, Canada. The SARS Report: What is Really Happening in Toronto? is accessible by clicking here. Come back and check this page regularly for updates, which will be provided twice weekly until the outbreak is over.

November 28, 2000 - We're proud to announce the launch of our comprehensive, searchable database of journals. Visit our Journals page, and you'll find links to over 1,400 medical journals on the Internet ... a handy tool if you're looking for free sample issues, specific articles, subscription information or instructions to authors.

If there are any new features you'd like to see on our website, or any topics you'd like to see discussed on this page, please e-mail us at: [email protected]. After all, this website was created to help you.

The Human Genome Project - A Historic Announcement - July 5, 2000
Facilities Specially Designed for Adult Learning – June 15, 2000

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