Medical Writing and Consulting
Not just anybody can write about new drugs, clinical studies, diseases or the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's drug approval process. You need a medical writer who has spent more than a dozen years making complex medical information easy to understand and digest.
For this project, more than 200 articles were written—from scratch—on everything related to migraines including: symptoms, treatments, triggers and what to say to a doctor. The articles include results from dozens of clinical trials and are aimed at lay readers. That means you don't need a medical degree to read, understand and use the data.
Types of medical writing and consulting
Patient and doctor guides on new drugs
Medical meeting coverage
Medical journal articles
Food and Drug Administration meeting coverage
Staff training on the FDA process, writing for nonmedical readers, attending international medical meetings and more