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"Good Written English provides a fast and reliable service. They give clear and comprehensible guidance on questions of writing style. GWE helped me review my Ph.D. thesis and my English improved considerably in the process." A.H., Lund University, Sweden.
We always do in-house editing.
We never use freelancers from elsewhere (i.e. we never outsource).
Your editor will always have a PhD in a biomedical subject.
Your editor will understand your text.
Your editor will have taught medical and biomedical writing . . .
. . . and will be (or will have been) a member of the European Medical Writers' Association.
Your editor will have several years of experience of editing such documents.
The turnaround time (time to delivery) will vary depending on the length and complexity of the document, and to some extent on how well it is written.
We never send documents to external editors. When we are finished with a document and the customer is satisfied, we delete it.
You can send us documents by e-mail.
We are a Swedish company. We have been serving the medical profession and the biomedical community in Sweden for 15 years. We also have customers in Denmark and elsewhere.
Nothing is too simple or straightforward to ask. We answer all enquiries. You can even send a few pages and ask for a price estimate.
Apart from editing of text in the fields of medicine and biomedicine, Good Written English has 3 other activities.
When your organization prevents you from choosing which language editing company you can use, you can ask us for scientific editing (vetenskaplig granskning) instead.
If your research involves fundamental subjects such as chemistry, physics or math, make use of our special editing service at no extra charge.
This part of our business deals with running courses on Medical and Biomedical Writing for PhD students with a first degree in Medicine or Biomedicine.