Thursday, August 20, 2009

CME Position for a Medical Writer in Dallas TX

The Medical Writer provides content for continuing medical education (CME) activities including, print, online and live meetings as well as non-CME publications such as peer-reviewed journals and direct-to-patient magazines. This is a unique opportunity to apply your years of science training to an alternative career. You will interface with key thought leaders in the oncology community and your work will make a direct impact in the dissemination of cutting-edge information.

Functions include:
Research and evaluate current medical and scientific literature.
Develop content to meet internal customer requirements and requests including but not limited to:

-Needs assessments for grant proposals;
-Educational objectives and agendas for CME meetings;
-Articles for newsletters and journals;
-Slide kits;
-CME documentation.

Work collaboratively with thought leaders, program chairs, consulting faculty and supporters as necessary for content development.
Attend company and other relevant scientific meetings.
Review articles and slide sets submitted by faculty for scientific accuracy.
Meet established production timelines regularly and consistently.
Provide data necessary for departmental reporting activities including regular status reports as established by Director.
Assist in training new Medical Writers as requested.

You are well qualified for this opportunity if you hold a Ph.D. in a scientific discipline and, ideally, have 2 years of medical or scientific writing experience.

If you are interested in pursuing this opportunity, please email to all of the following:

1. Resume in Word or Txt format
2. Salary requirement or history
3. Work authorization (H1B, green card holder, citizen, etc)
4. Relocation considerations, if applicable.


Scott Salsman said...

Happen to know where this position would be located?

diego said...

In Dallas, TX.

nlb said...


I need training in medical writing/editing...

already have 5 years writing experience

can you help?

Your book is relevant for North America only? I am in India and would like to move to the UK