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Registration Now Open for Medical Writing Conference

Medical Writers ConfereceRegistration is now open for the American Medical Writers Association‘s (AMWA’s) 73rd Annual Conference!

The conference, entitled, Expanding Our Horizons, will be held at the Hyatt Regency Columbus, in Columbus, Ohio from November 6-9. Aimed at providing exciting new resources and networking opportunities for medical writers, the AMWA is inviting any interested persons (you need not be a medical writer to attend) to register for this event.

The conference involves medical writing exhibitions, workshops, and guest lectures in addition to networking receptions and the AMWA Sablack Awards Reception and Dinner. The workshops offered will span a wide range of topics, including:

  • Advanced data presentation

  • Launching a freelance medical writing career

  • Basic concepts in science and medicine

  • Medical journalism

  • Writing and copy editing for video

  • Taxonomic analysis of medical writing

There will also be serveral open workshops with topics expanding on:

  • Freelance writing

  • Writing and Editing

  • Regulatory Writing

  • Career Development

  • Professional Relationships

  • Technology

  • Journal Management

A full list of workshops and schedule of events can be found on the AMWA’s website.

Full registration for non-members of the AMWA is estimated at $450 for early bird registration, $500 for regular registration, and $550 for registration at the door. Members of the AMWA will be subject to reduced registration costs at $200 for earlyand regular registration and $250 on-site. Student non-members will also receive a discounted rate, at $270 for on-site registration. Interested persons may also register to attend individual days of the conference, the prices of which are detailed on the AMWA’s website.

For more information on ICG’s medical writing or technical writing services, contact us today!

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