This two-day training provides you with basic skills and practical guidelines of good medical writing.
You will be able to write in a clear, consistent and concise way with specific attention for your audience, including reviewers, regulators, clinical staff, and their respective expectations.
This course is intended for medical doctors, pharmaceutical professionals and researchers in the biomedical field who regularly need to write in English.
Course time09h00 - 17h00
Who should attend
Writers new to medical writing
- Accurate vocabulary (avoiding ‘pharmaspeak’, ethically correct wording, accurate wording)
- How to guide the reader through the text
- The correct tense use in each section of the scientific article
- Reducing word count techniques
- Language enrichment
- Reviewing and editing of a document
- Information structure in publications and manuscripts (IMRAD)
- Designing and using tables and figures
- Typical language problems in scientific writing
- To improve your writer skills and what techniques to apply in order to upgrade your writing to the expected standard of scientific communication
- To communicate in a clear and concise manner
- To develop a strategy in order to guide the reader through the communication
- To structure information in written communications