Medical writers are known for their ninja-like skills, demonstrating agility across numerous therapeutic areas and publication types. Have you been asked to sharpen your proverbial sword and apply it to topics like cost-effectiveness, real world evidence (RWE), or HEOR (health economics and outcomes research)? Do you wish you had more dexterity in this area?
Increasingly, addressing the value of an intervention is a common part of the communication plan, and medical writers are often called upon to convey value concepts by reporting HEOR and real-world data. This request may instill fear in some, but true ninja writers never turn away from a challenge.
Fortunately, this year’s AMWA Medical Writing & Communication Conference in Orlando will provide just what is needed to increase your writing agility with HEOR-related themes.
Two sessions, a beginner and an intermediate level, are being offered that are specifically designed to increase the HEOR medical writing skillset.
At 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. Nov. 2, Patti Peeples, RPh, PhD, of HealthEconomics.Com and Tom Drake, MA, CMPP, of Global Outcomes Group will teach a 1.5-hour hands-on and engaging session.