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Mentorship in EMWA: A perspective - Volume 22, Issue

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…

Mentorship - Volume 30, Issue

Mentorship is a topic very close to my heart. If it were not for the numerous mentors in both my academic and professional life, I would not be here today. The definition of mentorship is subjective and how a mentor operates is often up to those…

Modern mentorship: Developing medical writing mentor-mentee relationships in the virtual world - Volume 30, Issue

Mentorship is often viewed as a traditional personal relationship model, where the mentor meets face-to-face with a mentee within the same organisation or group.  However, I have been mentoring medical writers success fully for many years using…

How mentorship has created a special community and helped people develop their careers - Volume 30, Issue

Mentorship is an extremely rewarding relationship between two people with the goal of professional and personal development. Elemed’s Mentoring Academy in partnership with the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society (RAPS) combines three pillars –…

AuthorAID: An international service and chance to serve - Volume 22, Issue

Medical and other researchers in developing countries conduct much valuable research. Yet difficulties in writing and publication often prevent this research from being widely known. AuthorAID (http://www.authoraid.info), a project of the…

Mentorship from the inside - Volume 30, Issue

In this article we interview Jose Francisco Sanchez Herrero from the Germán Trias i Pujol Institute in Badalona. He is Selma’s tutor and gives us a glimpse of what it is like to be a mentor in an academic setting. If there is one thing we learned…

From the Editor - On social media: Once a passive observer – now an active user - Volume 30, Issue

It is with great pleasure that I write my first editorial for this amazing issue on social media. The idea of this issue came to me in 2019, inspired by two special colleagues.

I had social media accounts even before I became a medical writer. I rec…

My medical writing journey: How I discovered self-mentoring and used it to improve my career and life - Volume 30, Issue

Medical writers can greatly benefit from receiving mentorship, mentoring others, and learning how to keep themselves accountable through self mentoring. Through mentorship, they can get unique advice to accelerate their career development and…

Someone in your corner: Musings of a mentor and mentee - Volume 30, Issue

What is a modern mentorship, how do you make it work, and what does gardening have to do with it? Let us take you on a tour of the growing garden of our own modern mentorship, showing how we as a medical writer (Lillian Sandø; mentor) and a clinical…

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