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Here is a very interesting tech writing course specifically geared towards Medical Writers and offered by
The Center for Professional Innovation & Education in Malvern, PA
DATE: March 17 – 19, 2010
Who Should Attend
Scientists, engineers, and technicians in research and development will find this course valuable, as will quality assurance (QA), information technology (IT), manufacturing, and other operations professionals. This course is also useful for administrative staff that must prepare documentation in support of R&D and operations activities. Additionally, the course is helpful for anyone who wants an in-depth and comprehensive overview of the structure of the language and writing within the broad range of reporting that the industry requires.
Course notes and interactive exercises address how to write effective correspondence and reports in support of the company’s activities. You will learn how to organize and deliver information for the intended audience. You will learn how to write clear and readable documents, and how to revise and refine your own and others’ writing. The course provides an overview of sound grammatical conventions, addresses problematic areas of the English language, and affords opportunities to address specific language issues.