Medical Writing

Do you want to get into medical writing? Maybe you aren’t sure where to start, or even how to get started for that matter. Learn about different opportunities for clinicians within the medical writing world and get actionable advice and resources to kick-start your medical writing journey.

 

Come discover how your involvement in this quiet but influential field can benefit healthcare, your profession, your patients, and you.

7 Steps to Take to Become a Successful Medical Writer

How to Become a medical writer with medical writing courses and best computer for medical writers with medical writing software

Learning how to become a medical writer – a successful medical writer – can be a challenge for anyone. Medical writing is a popular aspiration for healthcare professionals seeking a nonclinical career. This post will guide clinicians and other aspiring medical writers through seven steps to help you get started. Last Updated: 27 January 2019 …

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5 Reasons to be a Peer Reviewer for Scientific Journals

5 Reasons to be a Peer Reviewer for Scientific Journals

If you hold an advanced degree in a medical or science field, chances are you’ve seen (or will see, at some point) emails pop up in your inbox with the subject “Invitation to Review for the Journal of…” Last Updated: 30 March 2019 By Sylvie Stacy, MD This post contains affiliate links. That means we …

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A Public Relations Tool for Clinicians

HARO For Clinicians

The various specialties within healthcare have long lived separate lives. Smart people have isolated themselves from each other, the outside world, and even patients in the name of medical and scientific advancement. This has taken us as a society far to be sure. However, it comes with at least one major drawback: a public relations …

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4 Effective Techniques to Stretch Your CME Fund Further than Ever

Maximize CME Allowance with CME with Gift Cards, Speaking, Travel CME, and CME with iPad

The CME fund. It’s not uncommon for employed clinicians to have a limited annual CME fund. It’s more than reasonable for you to want to get the most value possible from this pool of money. Here’s how your colleagues do just that – and how you can, too. Last Updated: 27 July 2020 By Jordan …

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Here’s a Quick Way to Get into Medical Writing

How to become a medical writer with courses and training

Medical writing for healthcare professionals and those with a scientific background can be a lucrative area of work. Learn how to become a medical writer and start earning extra income outside of patient care while improving it at the same time. Last Updated: 26 June 2019 By Jordan G. Roberts, PA-C This post contains affiliate …

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Paid Medical Surveys: Most Lucrative Panels Clinicians Can Join

Most Lucrative Medical Market Research Survey Panels for Clinicians to Join Physician Surveys also for PAs, Nurse Practitioners, and Pharmacists 2019 - 2022

Most Lucrative Medical Survey Panels for Physicians and Other Clinicians Taking paid medical surveys in your very area of expertise is a nice way to spend a few minutes of your day and earn some extra cash. Make joining paid physician survey panels worth your while by choosing the right ones from the start (hint: …

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Non Clinical Side Hustles (Part II)

Nonclinical Side Jobs For MD PA NP PharmD Part 2 Modern MedEd

If you are like many of today’s healthcare professionals, you want to know about the non clinical opportunities available to you. Some are part time and others full time, but you get to be in charge. Here are more non clinical business ideas for physicians, PAs, & nurse practitioners. Last Updated: 3 September 2020 This …

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