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Subject:Re: Niche for an MD? From:Robert Ellis <vger -at- CHAR -dot- VNET -dot- NET> Date:Thu, 15 Sep 1994 08:57:12 -0400
The American Medical Writers Association Journal is a good source of
information. If you are interested in talking with some medical writers
in your area, someone at AMWA headquarters can give you the local chapter
address and phone.
American Medical Writers Association
9650 Rockville Pike
Bethesda, MD 20814
Telephone: (301) 493-0003
Fax: (301) 493-6384
LS Ellis (vger -at- vnet -dot- net)
Help System Designer, HBO & Company
On Tue, 13 Sep 1994, ole aassar wrote:
> I am a radiology resident at a West Coast medical center
> currently considering a career change-possibly into the field of technical
> communications/medical writing. My experience and education relate
> chiefly to medicine and the field of radiology; however I have had some
> scientific writing experience, including a graduate level thesis.
> I am unsure of the possibilities for finding work, and of where I might
> best find it. Any helpful suggestions are greatly appreciated.