About this Program
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and sizable investments in research and development in pharmaceuticals and medical device technologies are driving the booming demand for medical writers. These skilled professionals use their technical communication expertise to translate clinical and regulatory data into approachable content for their intended audience.
In this one-course specialization, you’ll develop a variety of regulatory documents you can add to your portfolio. You’ll gain experience crafting documents for regulatory submission and become conversant with the regulations and prescribed formats. You’ll also learn how to read, interpret and summarize data from clinical trials. Along the way, you’ll hone your writing skills for a variety of audiences, including regulatory agencies, medical professionals, patients and the public.
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Technical communication professionals looking to break into the field of medical writing.
Skills You’ll Gain
- Regulatory documents
- Project management
- Document preparation
- Document review
- Clinical translation
- Scientific writing
- Technical writing
- Medical terminology
Get Real-World Experience
You’ll create the most common regulatory documents medical writers regularly develop to add to your professional portfolio.
EARN A DIGITAL BADGE
After successfully completing this program, you can claim a digital achievement badge that can be shared on LinkedIn and other social media sites. Learn more about digital badges.
Growth in demand for medical writing skills in the U.S. (2020–2022)
Growth in demand for medical writing skills in Washington state (2020–2022)
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