(This lecture is part of our Writers Conference For Healthcare Professionals)
Do you have an interest in writing and wonder how to make better use of your talent as a busy physician? Are you considering a career transition and looking for a path that allows you to work from home and make your own hours? Then medical writing might be for you!
Medical writers communicate science and healthcare information to professional and lay audiences in a variety of ways, including through web content, manuscripts, promotional material, journalism, and regulatory documentation.
Target Audience: Clinicians interested in learning more about medical writing as a part-time, full-time, or just-for-fun career option.
- Understand the various fields of medical writing and the types of work they involve.
- Describe ways to gain medical writing skills and prepare to work as a medical writer.
- Appraise typical salaries for medical writers and steps to landing work as a medical writer.