Communication needs to be easy to understand, interesting, and engaging.
Yes, medical communication needs to be credible, too, but transferring knowledge effectively means making the data digestible. My mission as a medical writer is to help you share your message with strong, clear, captivating text.
Whether it is copywriting or journalism—a physician audience or consumer one—print media or digital—I understand the context and will work with it in order to write with impact.
As a writer, I enjoy writing for the sake of writing. I’ve started a blog to write about some things that interest me, such as tips and tricks for dealing with the Canadian pharmaceutical marketing regulations, but also health trends. As someone who works in medical communications, I am fascinated in what everyday people are doing to maintain health. It seems as if people are concerned more than ever in living healthier lifestyles, which is causing a surge in interest in trends such as yoga, alternative medicine, new diets, and the anti-vaccination movement.* I feel it is my duty as a communicator to understand the perspectives of my audiences. Look out for these posts coming in the near future!
*Source: Personal observation.
Because I’m not physically present in the same office space as my clients, I strive to make working together as smooth as possible. If you want to put a face to the name at the bottom of those emails, feel free to interact with me on social media!