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Do Medical Writers Change the World? 

21st March 2012 Posted in Blog, Medical Writers 0 Comments
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Many people may believe the pen is mightier than the sword, if the adage holds true, but many writers don’t realize their words can change the world.  With a high-quality medical writer, the fight for better health care and for better standards of practice can be won, or, at least, made clearer.

What a Medical Writer Can Do

Medical technical writers are in a unique position to create documents that will be used by medical professionals and educators.  With this role, they’re going to step into many different sub-roles, helping them complete various tasks:

  • Writing medical training – These training pieces might be used by students and other medical professionals, helping patients get the proper treatment.
  • Updating old medical content – When old content is out of date, a medical writer might step in to update the files.
  • Reviewing technical writing – And if an organization isn’t sure if medical writing is up to date, then a medical writer with a medical background might step in to fix the mistakes.

While words might not be able to perform CPR, they can instruct medical teams on policies, procedures, and other medical processes.  The more clearly these processes are defined, the more likely the user of the documentation will be able to bring a benefit to someone else’s life.  And that certainly changes the world.

Related medical writer topics:
Diagnosing the Medical Writer
Join the Club? American Medical Writers Association
The Value of Technical Writing in a Medical System

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