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The AMWA 2018 Medical Writing and Communication Conference began with the presentation of my award as a Fellow of AMWA. It was especially meaningful to receive this award from my colleague and good friend, Theresa Singleton. At the conference, I met many friends and...read more
We are excited to announce that one of this year’s AMWA Fellows is Dr. Andrea Gwosdow. Fellowships are presented to AMWA members to recognize their significant contributions to the goals and activities of AMWA as well as their other professional accomplishments. An...read more
Receiving comments from reviewers can be exhilarating and frustrating. Some comments may be reasonable, but you may disagree with other comments. Whatever the comments, you are more likely to have a positive response if you take the time to respond to all of the...read more
UPDATE: Manuscript Writing Made Easy is now The Complete Guide to Scientific Manuscript Writing and is available on Amazon. Click Here to purchase. I hope you had a good summer and a great start to the school year. I am writing to announce my book, called...read more
As scientists we strive to choose our words carefully and say information correctly. We make sure we have all of our facts correct and we have cited all of the appropriate references. This is very important, especially when you write for a wide range of...read more
As writers, we need to have the flexibility to write in different formats for a variety of readers. This is sometimes difficult because, as a scientist, I learned to write in a logical order. I first write the background information, then I provide supporting details...read more