The American Medical Writers Association (AMWA) offers one of the most valuable continuing education programs available to professionals in the medical and allied scientific communication fields. AMWA's education program includes:

Certificates - Gain recognition in the field, increase your knowledge, and demonstrate commitment to excellence in medical writing by earning an AMWA Certificate. AMWA's certificate program is the cornerstone of the association's mission to provide quality continuing education for medical communicators.

Workshops - Develop professional medical writing skills and earn credit towards completion of an AMWA certificate.  Workshops are offered at the Annual Conference, Chapter Conferences, and through Corporate Onsite Trainings or through the successful completion of an AMWA Self-Study Modules.

Annual Conference - The AMWA Annual Conference is the ultimate resource for medical communicators around the world, offering educational and networking opportunities beyond compare in the field.

Chapter Conferences - Network with local colleagues in your area while increasing knowledge and skills in medical communication.

Corporate Onsite Training Program - Build a customized training opportunity for your team, department, or entire company to promote excellence in medical communication.  AMWA brings our outstanding education to you.

Self-Study Modules - Essential Skills (ES) Self-Study Modules allow you to learn at your own pace, when and where it’s convenient for you.

Online OfferingsYou have the freedom to learn what you want, when you want. AMWA has live and ondemand webinars and Google Hangout panel presentations on hot topics and the latest trends in medical communication.   

Pocket Trainings - Pocket trainings are mini tutorials designed to cover a variety of topics useful to medical communication professionals. The topics are oriented toward medical communicators and use specific medical communication-related examples.These unique and valuable tools are an AMWA member-only benefit. (Join AMWA Today)