Medical Writing Careers in medical writing Elevate your medical writing team to success

Volume 28, Issue 1 - Careers in medical writing

Elevate your medical writing team to success

Abstract

The opportunity for continual learning and development is one of the reasons many of us are attracted to, and remain in, the medical writing profession. A culture of learning is critical to instill ongoing development in any profession. For medical writers, it helps to maintain a broad perspective and adapt to the change that is a part of our industry. In this article, we describe our experiences in hiring, training, and developing medical writers at all levels, from internships through to mid-level career and into management.

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References

  1. Clemow DB, Wagner B, Marshallsay C, Benau D, L'Heureux D, Brown DH, et al., Medical Writing Competency Model – Section 1: Functions, tasks, and activities. Ther. Innov. Regul. Sci. 2017:52(1):70–7.
  2. Clemow DB, Wagner B, Marshallsay C, Benau D, L’Heureux D, Brown DH, et al., Medical Writing Competency Model – Section 2: Knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviours. Ther Innov Regul Sci. 2017:52(1):78–88.

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