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Medical Writers Can Be the Prescription for Success

8th November 2013 Posted in Blog, Medical Writers 2 Comments

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If you’re a company in need of medical writing, you may not know where to begin.  Too often, organizations will rely on their internal team to help out, even though they may not be the best people for the job.  Instead, you can outsource medical writing to professionals who have written what you need written, and who have the experience to ensure your company looks its best.

Medical writers can help with the following needs:

  • Regulatory pharmaceutical documentation – clinical study reports, safety updates, annual reports, etc.
  • Medical device documents – safety updates, clinical study reports, patient narratives, protocols, premarket approvals (PMAs), risk benefit analyses, etc.
  • Additional documents – abstracts, case reports, manuscripts, medical letters, poster presentations, etc.

Too often, companies can take on complex documents without the writing talent needed to complete these tasks efficiently.  While it’s clear you have the right employees in your company, the more writing professionals you can bring into the process of writing your medical documents, the more likely you are to see success.

Even if you bring in medical writers to review and to give input on the documents you’ve already created, this can help you ensure you’re expressing the right concepts, accurate results, and engaging summaries. 

Medical writers are ready to help you when you need to make sure investors, the FDA, or other organizations know what you are doing and to ensure compliance.

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  1. By faiza virani-fazalon 23rd, May 2016 at 8:09 am

    Can you please advise me how I can become a medical writer through courses (free would be great).

    I have a 4 year degree in Podiatric Medicine from UCL, but haven’t worked for a few years due to poor health.


  2. By WAI_editoron 23rd, May 2016 at 9:32 am

    Though the post is several years old, you might try following up with the info here:

    Looks like you are in the UK so you may want to seek out a more local source.

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