Medical Writing Skills for Beginners
What you'll learn
- How to structure medical content to engage your audience
- How to choose the appropriate tone of voice for your medical content
- How to test the reading age of your medical writing
- How to write anchor text links that your reader can click and trust
- Good level of writing in English
- Little or no experience with publishing content on the internet
- Computer with internet connection
- Access to Microsoft Word or Google Docs
If you've ever wondered how to become a medical writer, or how to get into medical writing, this course is for you!
The Medical Writing Skills for Beginners course will help you get started with writing online medical content for a public audience. You'll get tips on the best way to structure your medical writing and how to make it accessible so everyone in your audience can benefit and recommend your work!
This medical writing course has been created by Virginia Chachati, who is a pharmacist from the UK and now works from home, remotely, as a senior medical copywriter in Germany for a UK company. She went from zero experience in 2020, to becoming a medical writer in 2 years.
You could say the Medical Writing Skills for Beginners course is a medical writing course written for medical writers by someone who wanted to become a medical writer and did it successfully! Now it's your turn :)
When you sign up:
You get lifetime access!
You get all updates to the course - even 5 years from now.
You can ask a question using the Q&A feature under each video,
and I will respond within 24 hours.
You can message the instructor using the messages feature at any time.
You can do the course in little chunks, with bite-sized lectures around 1 to 3 minutes long each.
In this medical writing skills for beginners course you will learn helpful tips to guide you on your journey to becoming a medical writer:
How to follow a client brief
How to structure your work
How to write in a way that informs and engages your audience
How to really target your audience to get them to take action
How to select the right tone of voice to fit with your writing goals
Medical writing for a public audience is now more in demand than ever. You'll be able to apply everything you learn in this course straight away to help you become a medical writer. You can use the tips and tricks for all types of health writing in future.
Take your first step to becoming a medical writer today.
If you want to go further with your medical writing after this course, you should display your medical writing work in a medical writing portfolio. You can message the instructor, Virginia Chachati, to ask for a promotional code to give you access to the successful and highly rated medical writing portfolio course as your next step!
I look forward to seeing you on the Medical Writing Skills for Beginners course :)
Who this course is for:
- Beginners with or without a medical background looking to get into medical writing as a freelancer, or part time / full time job
- Anyone who wants to write better health content for a public audience
- Anyone that wants to write content for digital publication
I'm a medical writer and pharmacist experienced in working at a medical communications agency and as a freelancer with my own private international clients. I also have experience in medical journalism and I'm a member of the EMWA getting into medical writing board. I specialise in medical copywriting and writing for health brands, especially digital and social media content. Message me any time to ask questions :)