Medical Writing A Virtual Workforce Remote meetings made easy: Good practices to keep in mind

Volume 31, Issue 3 - A Virtual Workforce

Remote meetings made easy: Good practices to keep in mind


One core medical writing skill is effectively communicating with the teams that will help us author our documents. With remote working playing an increasingly important role in our workforce, medical writers must adapt to this new reality. This article offers guidance for medical writers to run effective remote meetings, including a checklist with suggestions of what to do before, during, and after these calls.

Medical Writing. 2022;31(3)44-48.

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