How Clinicians Can Pivot to a Fulfilling Career in Medical Writing
The content creation process in continuing education for health professionals (CEHP) combines both art and science. As a result, creating content for continuing education attracts people who are synthesizers, information seekers, and creators—like academics, researchers, or health professionals looking for a career change.
In EP 46 we explore taking the leap from clinical work to medical writing with Esther Langmack, MD, a medical writer and CME consultant. Esther deliberately practiced her newly acquired skills while working as a clinician and medical director of the CME unit at an academic medical center. Tapping into her natural curiosity, she fostered connections and honed her skills by being open to feedback from experienced colleagues.
We talk about the creativity, flexibility, and autonomy that creating education content for health professionals offers and discuss clinicians’ specific strengths in CME/CEHP medical writing.
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