Graham School Webinar: Ins and Outs of the Medical Publishing Cycle
While aspiring medical writers and editors must have the skills, education, and motivation to succeed, one of the greatest qualities is the ability to interpret, analyze, and view information at both comprehensive and granular levels.
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While aspiring medical writers and editors must have the skills, education, and motivation to succeed, one of the greatest qualities is the ability to interpret, analyze, and view information at both comprehensive and granular levels. Interprofessional healthcare leaders understand their role as well as the roles of their co-workers and other teams in order to provide high-quality service and products to the clients and stakeholders. Although the standard operating procedures differ at every company, the publishing cycle repeats itself and becomes routine with practice.
This webinar aims to describe how the publishing process works from beginning to end and where your role is in relation to others involved in the corporation or organization.
- To discuss and compare the publishing cycle process in various corporate healthcare settings in order to gain insight into the medical writing and editing field
- To identify the job responsibilities and roles of medical editors and writers throughout the publication process to describe how these individuals work with other key players
- To assess the level of contact that medical editors and writers have with subject matter experts, business owners, and editorial staff
Aleisha Gardner is a professional healthcare consultant and experienced medical editor and writer. She began her early career as a scientific researcher in ophthalmology and pediatric cardiology laboratories at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics and later worked in a clinical setting as a medical assistant at an urgent care center in Chicago. Aleisha worked at the American College of Surgeons on the production of the medical literature review Selected Readings in General Surgery and has edited many other publications, including the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
Aleisha received a bachelor of science degree in biology from the University of Wisconsin (UW)-Madison. She then completed her master of science degree at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science (RFUMS) in health professions education. Her strong interpersonal skills and commitment to lifelong learning allowed her to teach graduate-level healthcare students at RFUMS. Aleisha has received recognition for her attentiveness to detail and dedication to editorial project management.
Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at 06:00 PM until 07:00 PM Central Standard Time
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