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Medical and pharmaceuticals writing can cover a wide range of topics, including research-related and regulatory documents, disease and drug-related educational literature, and content for healthcare websites. An experienced pharmaceuticals writer will have a thorough understanding of industry terminology, how to present research data and knowledge of relevant guidelines with regards to structure and presentation. They will also have the ability to effectively communicate information to different audiences, e.g. healthcare professionals, consumers, and patients. To find a pharmaceuticals writer with the right level of experience, simply search our freelance writing marketplace and view writing samples tagged with "pharmaceuticals".

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Search top pharmaceuticals writers to write high-quality content for the pharmaceuticals industry. As a Scripted member you will be able to reach out to them directly, negotiate price, and start short or long-term assignments with ease.

Whether you’re cultivating a consistent voice over social media or sharing information in a thoughtful blog article, you want the end result to shine. Every piece must grab reader's attention, retain their interest, and deliver your core message--all at once. With my content creation services, you’ll provide the idea and I'll transform it into that eye-catching content. Back-of-envelope doodles are welcome. I graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Communications Media from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. As a member of the Cook Honors College, my education included writing-intensive liberal arts classes. After a yearlong internship, IRETA (The Institute for Research, Education, and Training in Addiction) hired me as their full time Communications Coordinator. Providing support for a diverse array of educational projects,...

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Amanda G

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I specialize in taking complicated medical and scientific information and turning it into reader-friendly material. I hold a bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences and a master's degree in Biomedical Sciences, with strong knowledge of pharmacology, biochemistry, microbiology, and genetics, as well as healthcare in general and dentistry specifically. I have over a decade of experience in both writing and healthcare and can tackle any topic with enthusiasm and professionalism.

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Accomplished, thorough, enthusiastic. 37+ years of experience in writing for all mediums. Founded and operated my ad agency for 32 years. Have worked with ALL types of business... retail to corporate, industrial and healthcare.

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Medical doctor, writer and researcher. Work experience in healthcare management, hospital ward, and private practice, and over 10 years of professional experience as a writer for academic and scientific publications. Health information manager. My primary areas of research are Medicine, Law, Bioethics, and Philosophy.

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Chelsea S

Fox Island, Washington, United States •

I'm here to help you find the right words to represent you, your brand, and your story. After earning a degree in creative writing, I spent six years working for a global ministry as an in-house copywriter and editor. While there I worked on marketing emails, web content, newsletters, curriculum, ebooks, content marketing and more. During that time I began editing and ghostwriting full-length books and have spent the past 9 years as a freelance writer and editor, focusing on blog posts, articles, content marketing, and ghostwriting. My experience has taught me the importance of creating content that expresses the voice of the client. You have something important to communicate to your audience, and I want to help you discover the best way to share your ideas with the world.

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Read Sample Pharmaceuticals Blog Posts

The best way to find the perfect pharmaceuticals content writer for your business is to read writing samples they have published in the past. All Scripted writers offer writing samples to potential clients to showcase their talent and experience. Check out these blog posts from a few of our pharmaceuticals writers:

The Future of Bladder Exstrophy Care in China

Bladder exstrophy care in China today

Dr. Zhou Huixia is the first to acknowledge that when it comes to the treatment of bladder exstrophy, China's medical system has room for improvement. Larger centers like Beijing and Shanghai are well-equipped to treat the condition, but in the less-developed autonomous regions, like Tibet and the far-west province of Xinjiang, children born with bladder exstrophy have far less access to necessary medical care. Unfortunately, it is these autonomous regions that see the country's highest concentration of children born with bladder exstrophy.

When asked about the reason for China's uneven distribution of bladder exstrophy... Read More

Optimizing Your Ophthalmology Practice: A Comprehensive Plan that Includes Digital Marketing & More!

Doctors are often so caught up in the day-to-day operations of being a doctor -- which includes, of course, caring for patients -- that they don't think to take the time to market their actual ophthalmology practice. And, in today's digital age, that marketing includes a plan for optimizing a website and performing a wide variety of digital marketing services for yourself and for your practice. In this blog post, then, we're going to discuss the various ways that you, as an ophthalmologist, will be able to market your business quickly and effectively using some of the best known digital... Read More

Hold End-of-Life Conversations Early to Build a Treatment Plan around Patient Values

As a physician, you strive to provide your patients with the best medical care possible – to manage their chronic diseases, to send their cancer into remission, to rehabilitate them after a stroke. But when is it too much? Do you know when your patients want treatment and when they would rather be made comfortable to let their illness take its course? How do you know the right time to initiate these end-of-life discussions? "As people's capacities wane, whether through age or ill health, making their lives better often requires curbing our purely medical imperatives – resisting the urge to... Read More

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