An ever-increasing number of medical communicators work remotely. For many, the transition to working remotely is a natural one—but for others, the shift in workstyles is challenging. In this activity, you will learn how long-term medical communicators (both freelancers and full-time employees) say they stay engaged and perceived as “present” on projects and program teams despite not working onsite or directly with their counterparts. Through interactive exercises, see how your strategies for working remotely match up to the practical recommendations from long-term remote medical communicators.
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