Introduction to Medical Communications - Medical Writing Careers in Pharma


Instructor: Anne E Maczulak
Product ID: 705329

  • Duration: 60 Min
This webinar will focus on the specific types of writing responsibilities available in industry. It will help attendees understand the medical writing profession and in determining if medical writing or technical writing is a good fit for each of them.
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Why Should You Attend:

Clarity in online and printed communications is essential in pharma and other industries. All organizations need people who can use the written word properly in corresponding with agencies, researchers, and the public. This is particularly true as companies develop an increasingly global reach. Medical writers in pharma and technical writers in all industries are key members of all successful projects. They play a critical role in explaining goals, methods, and results, from focused studies to comprehensive programs.

The webinar will introduce attendees to the broad role of writing for industry, then provide examples of specific writing responsibilities in pharma and other regulated environments, such as biotech and medical devices. It will emphasize key areas where clear and accurate writing is of the highest importance. For example, consider the importance of clear and concise writing in a response letter to a FDA 483.

The webinar also provides insight into the medical writing career and the writing profession. This will help people considering a writing career to decide if this profession is right for them.

You should attend this webinar if you are:

  • Considering a career in medical or technical writing
  • Preparing submission and other formal documents for agencies
  • Preparing journal articles for peer-review and publication
  • Interested in communications for the public, including product instructions, public relations materials, press releases, or company websites
  • A person not formally trained in writing but is often asked by your team to do the writing tasks

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • The types of jobs and responsibilities in medical writing
  • The opportunities and the challenges of being a medical writer
  • Pharma-specific writing tasks and an overview of writing for other industries
  • Styles of writing required for agency, research, or public communications
  • The writer’s life: schedule, salary, expenses, and remote vs. on-site considerations
  • Question and answer session

Who Will Benefit:

This webinar will benefit people involved in:

  • Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance
  • Research and Development
  • Patents
  • Public relations
  • Website development
  • Specific product information, such as package inserts, instructions, operator manuals, and warnings
Instructor Profile:
Anne E Maczulak

Anne E Maczulak
Principal Consultant, Acorn GLP Consulting

Anne Maczulak, PhD, RQAP-GLP is a Technical & Medical Writer for the pharmaceutical and consumer products industries. She has 30 years of experience as a bench scientist in R&D, participating scientist in GLP studies, and Quality Assurance professional. Anne began her career as a microbiologist for companies conducting FDA-regulated studies and EPA-regulated studies. She transitioned into consulting as an independent QA professional, auditing studies and facilities for GLP compliance as well as training employees in scientific communication. She now focuses solely on teaching scientists how to improve their communication skills for preparing SOPs, technical articles, and corporate communications.

Anne is a member of the Society of Quality Assurance Board of Publications and the American Medical Writers Association. She is the author of 14 books on microbiology and the environment.

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