Reasons why healthcare professionals turn to health writing
Janine shares her reason WHY she chose health writing on the side of nursing at the bedside
She covers what she sees as the #1 reason, sharing statistics and more.
And WHY nurses/healthcare providers are perfect for the writer role!
The basic prerequisite for becoming a medical writer is familiarity with medical concepts and terminology. Educational qualifications in the sciences of life such as medicine, or pharmacy, microbiology, nutrition and nutrients, biochemistry, biotechnology can provide the right background for which the author is familiar with scientific concepts and research data.
Another important condition is the ability to write. Since the basic requirement of a medical author is to convey the scientific information to the target audience, to some extent the command on the language, which shows the ability to write grammatically correct text, and the information clearly and deliberately Demonstrated ability to express and present is the most important.
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