A medical writer’s diary

A medical writer’s diary

Senior Medical Writer

We are in the count-down to the next big medical congress and my diary is looking rather full. By the end of the week, we need to ensure that the experts we have chosen are prepared for a clients’ satellite symposium, with slides prepared, KOLs briefed, and questions for the Q&A at the ready. The final e-reminders have to be deployed to our pre-established list of target recipients, and our team at the ready to support our clients, KOLs and users throughout the congress. Once the congress is over, we will begin compiling congress reports focusing on our clients’ desired indications and abstracts. We may also include video interviews with experts. These will be used to keep HCPs updated on the latest developments in their field and guide the very best clinical practice and patient care.

But for now, I have to take another call. Because we are also in the run-up to our next advisory board. Bringing experts in a chosen indication or therapy area together from all over the world can be challenging, but we have it covered. Time to finalize the attendee and speaker briefings, make any last-minute changes to the presentations, and answer questions from attendees. After the meeting, we will write a concise report, a summary slide deck, and follow up on next steps. This will help our client to support physicians in accessing and prescribing a new drug – and we will provide medical education packages to assist with this too.

Writers' conference: updating each other on projects and their status
Writers’ conference: updating each other on projects and their status

But hold it! Because an HCP training tool needs an extra patient case added, and all its interactive features reviewed one more time before it goes live. For CME accreditation, we liaise with other agencies and medical societies. And we need an extra expert interview following the publication of a new study. So, it’s time to cancel that coffee break and head to the next virtual meeting!

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