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There are two main career paths for those who’d like to advance their careers as medical writers: the Marketing track, and the Clinical track.
Clinical medical writers work for hospitals, medical research institutes, or pharmaceutical companies. Their job consists of either documenting medical research and [...]
By Ted Knoy
Correspondence, perhaps the most commonly used medium in technical writing, is often viewed as a mundane administrative task. However, for the non-native English speaking technology professional, correspondence provides an opportunity to promote laboratory activities within a technical organization. Successful articulation also means greater access to [...]
By Ivan Walsh
How I got into technical writing
1. By Accident – Karen started in journalism and discovered technical writing by accident. She felt that technical writing suits people who enjoy communicate and learning new stuff. If you like/love technology, you’re half-way there, if not, chose another field.