Broaden your scope and search terms to find relevant entry-level medical writing jobs.
Results-driven language focuses on the specific results you’ve achieved for your clients, not only the tasks you’ve accomplished.
Your guide to getting published in 2022 and beyond.
Health writing job interviews often include writing tests. Is that okay – and, if so, how can you conquer the test?
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Marwa Saleh published her first article, about COVID-19 and burnout, in a Harvard Medical School blog called Lean Forward. Here’s how that happened.
Ready to finally hear some good news? Health writing is a stable career pathway that will survive and potentially thrive during and after this pandemic.
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How do you get experience if everyone wants someone with experience?
If you don’t have much – or any – health writing experience, it’s hard to know where to begin. In this post, you’ll learn strategies for building your experience.
As the next generation of doctors enters the field in our social media era, there’s never been a more challenging and exciting time to be a health professional.
Do you have an idea for a health article but don’t know how to take the next step? Are you looking for ways to share your passion for health with others?
An up-to-date portfolio of relevant health writing work is an essential component of your health writing toolkit.
Before you start working on any writing project – whether it’s an article, a blog post, an eDetailer or an entire eBook – you’ll need to spend time defining the requirements as well as the scope of work.