Sunday, 9 September 2012

Medical Writing

Medical writing, an integral part of medical research and communication, can be defined as an art of creating scientific documents with the aim of transmitting information of technical nature in lucid and simple manner to health care professionals, scientific community, general public and patients. Target audience needs normally define the pattern of medical writing. The language for medical education of Physician/healthcare professional has to be highly technical while simple and lay communications are required to connect with general public or patients. There is a significant need for medical writing in pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, contract research organizations (CROs) and other health communication agencies. WorkSure™ medical writing team supports an umbrella which includes scientific writing for marketing promotions, sales team training and education, medical education, patient and public education, medical research and regulatory communications. Any writing goes through a stringent medical review process for quality control and to prevent plagiarism.


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