The path to becoming a medical writer has been explained in previous blog posts, like the career medical writer guide, but it is a question that we are often asked over and over. It is a simple process yet not always
This is probably the most common question that we are asked by prospective writers. The answer is “it all depends”. If you really want to start a career in medical content writing then don’t focus on the earnings just yet.
We recently discussed the importance of a Google Plus profile and business page for your content and website respectively. The fact is that search engines like Google are evolving to keep up with ever-changing Internet user trends. The online buzz
Google has been making some bold leaps into social media and while they cannot compare with the likes of Twitter and Facebook, they do have one distinct advantage. Google operates the most widely used search engine globally. If you do
Writing the medical articles for your professional practice or clinic can be a very rewarding undertaking for the health care professional. Your practice or clinic website is an extension of you – your professional image, clinical acumen and even your
Medical writing comes in many different forms from the more academically inclined journal writing, to consumer orientated promotional material for pharmaceuticals and medical devices to the informative yet simplistic layout of content writing, whether for print or electronic media. Taking
Writing medical content for websites or blogs does differ from other forms of consumer orientated media like in magazines and newspapers. The key for writing medical articles for the web is simplicity while maintaining the technical detail required to accurately
What is medical content writing? Medical content writing is a broad term to describe many forms of clinically orientated writing. It may refer to content writing for academic journals, research papers, medical textbooks, and more consumer orientated forms in print