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Mentoring may be valuable to today’s students who are considering their future career options in an increasingly competitive, demanding, and challenging world. This article outlines the author’s experience of mentoring tomorrow’s medical writers,…
Mentorship is a relationship practised in many fields of endeavour, including business, and has been recognised to be an important driving force in enhancing career development and professional satisfaction for both mentors and mentees. The…
The training of medical writers is not to be taken lightly and requires serious input from industry, established medical writers, and the academics making the transition. Following on from previous articles in Medical Writing, Sarah and Adrian Tilly…
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