• Doubt clearing session with faculty/ industry expert.
  • 360-degree career support.
  • Online class for any time and anywhere learning.
  • Placement assistance.
  • Live webinars.
  • Practical sessions.
  • Interactive learning activities.
  • Course Duration 12 weeks
Apply Now

Best-in-class content by leading faculty and industry leaders in the form of videos, cases, and projects.

  • Historical Evolution of Clinical Research Regulations
  • Understanding Clinical Research
  • Introduction to Good Clinical Practice
  • Introduction to Clinical Research
  • Introduction to Medical Writing
  • Protocol Writing
  • Inform Consent Form
  • Patient Safety Narratives
  • Clinical Study Report
  • Scientific Manuscript Writing
Apply Now

Right now, there is tremendous growth in the medical industry. Pharmaceutical companies are developing drugs more quickly, and new medical devices and diagnostic tools are being released every day. With this comes the increased need to meet regulatory and insurance requirements and relay medical and consumer information. All of this results in greater opportunities for medical writers and communicators. Medical writers can find positions with a variety of employers, reaching a multitude of audiences with different communication needs and styles. These may include-

  • Pharmaceutical companies
  • Biotechnology companies
  • Medical device companies
  • Clinical or contract research organizations
  • Trade journals for health care professionals
  • Peer reviewed medical journals
  • Health care organizations or providers
  • Others
Apply Now
  • Fresher who plans to make a career in medical writing and scientific publication.
  • Working professionals who want to gain skills in medical writing and scientific publication.
  • Entrepreneurs who plan to offer medical writing as services.
Apply Now

While medical writers come from all educational and professional backgrounds, they do share some traits. Medical writers have an interest and flair for both science and writing. They also have a clear understanding of medical concepts and ideas and are able to present data and its interpretation in a way the target audience will understand. Although it's not required, many medical communicators hold an advanced degree. Some have a medical or science degree (eg, PhD, PharmD, MD) or experience in academic settings or as scientists, pharmacists, physicians, or other health care professionals. Others have a MA or a PhD in communications or English. Certificates are additional credentials that demonstrate your knowledge and proficiency in the medical communication field. Students perusing courses in life sciences and healthcare including B.Pharma, M.Pharma, D-Pharma, B.Sc, M.Sc in Biotechnology, Zoology, Botany, Microbiology, Psychology, B. Tech, M.Tech in Biotechnology, Health & Medical Sciences MBBS, BAMS, BHMS, etc.

  • Working professionals in life sciences and healthcare who plan to progress their careers in medical writing.
Apply Now