Document Assessment and Review Practice Assessment
Document Assessments and Review Practice Assessments have been our most popular services for many years. Not only do they provide an analysis of the communication quality of your documents, they also foster an understanding that every step of the writing process is critical when the goal is to build a document that acts an effective communication device for a product. This understanding helps a team reduce time spent on redundant tasks, allowing for more time to spend conveying the key messages of the report and completing research projects.
Document Assessment is a popular service because of the rich information it provides regarding the communication quality of specific technical and regulatory documents. McCulley/Cuppan consultants read client documents using a specific assessment methodology applying our proprietary Document Standards©. Document assessment can be applied to one document or to a complete volume of documents used for a product registration. The output of the assessment is a detailed report that describes, and provides examples of, the strengths and weaknesses of the communication quality of the document or documents. High-quality documents help you get your products to market faster because they result in fewer questions and concerns from health authorities.
Description of Document Assessment
M/C Document Assessment is a third-party expert review using a well-defined and validated review process to:
Review Practice Assessment
Review Practice Assessment is a service we offer to clients looking to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their document reviews.
We analyze notes from review meetings and all drafts of a document, looking at each edit and comment made during the review process by each reviewer to pinpoint strengths and weaknesses in the process, including how well reviewers handle strategic elements of the documents.
Through this analysis we're able to offer suggestions for making the process more effective in less time. Improving the review process improves the quality of the final document.