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Are there any books on the subject of technical writing specifically for
the medical industry?
> From: Daniel W. Byrne <dbyrne -at- snet -dot- net>
> To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
> Subject: Medical writing instructors
> Date: Thursday, April 02, 1998 12:14 AM
> Hello Technical Writers,
> Perhaps some of you can help. I wrote a book about how to
> write a medical research paper, which was published this past
> December and has received positive reviews. To help promote
> the book, I have been trying to find instructors who teach
> medical writing so that the publisher can send them a review
> copy. Unfortunately, these instructors are a diverse group
> and difficult to reach by any single mailing list or journal.
> Can anyone suggest a way to contact these instructors?
> Dan Byrne
> Byrne Research
> 17 Dogwood Drive
> Ridgefield, CT 06877-2707
> dbyrne -at- snet -dot- net
> (203) 431-4184
> For more information see:
> Publishing Your Medical Research Paper:
> What They Don't Teach in Medical School.
> Daniel W. Byrne.
> Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, Md. 1997.