Conference Roundtable Discussions

 

Roundtable discussions offer an opportunity for the sharing of expertise and exchange of ideas in a small-group setting (one leader and up to nine participants). Search the list below to find a relevant roundtable discussion. More information can be found in the registration brochure. Additional fees apply for roundtable registrations.

Roundtable schedule last updated: June 21, 2019.


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Friday, November 8, 7:15 – 8:45 AM
Breakfast Roundtable Discussions

Titles with an asterisk (*) are also offered as a Lunch Roundtable Discussion on Saturday (see Saturday’s list for details).

 

All Aboard the MentorShip: Effective Mentoring in Medical Writing: Mentor Perspective

Art of Writing Accredited and Nonaccredited Continuing Medical Education (CME)

Avoiding Rejection: Tips for Manuscript Writing Success

Being Informed in the 21st Century

Benefits of Dynamic Product Information Delivery for Life Sciences

Certification of Editors in the Life Sciences

CSR Section 13 or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Writing the Discussion Section

*CTD Structure: From IND to NDA

Don’t You Forget It! Using an Editorial Project Checklist

The Elusive Pursuit of Work/Life Balance

Finding the Wild Side: An Introduction to Using Wildcard Find and Replace in Microsoft Word

Formal Communication with Regulatory Agencies: After Discovery and Before Development

Freelance's Guide to Cybersecurity

*From Benchtop to Laptop: Streamlining the Transition to Full-Time Regulatory Writing

Get up, Stand up ... for Your Health!

Grow Your Own Local Network of Communication Professionals

*How Did I End up Working Here?

How to Improve Editing and Writing Skills in a Multilingual Environment

HTAs and AMCP Dossiers:  Find Out What They Are in Five Easy Steps!

I Have the Abstract: How Do I Make It into a Poster?

It’s Been X Years, Now What Do I Do?

The Location-Independent Medical Writer: How to See the World while Doing What You Love

Managing Cross-Functional Teams

Medical Writer Burnout: How Leadership Plays a Vital Role

A Medical Writer’s Guide to Single- and Multiple-Ascending Dose-Escalation Combination Studies

Medical Writing in Marketing and Communications

Nonclinical Recall: The Total Reality of Writing CTD Sections 2.4 and 2.6

Pricing Strategies for Freelances

Seven Habits of Highly Successful Medical Writers

Simplify the Document Review Process and Get Your Life Back!

*Taking EU Medical Device Teams into the Year 2020

Tech, Travel, and Data Security

Think Like a Grant Reviewer

*Tips for Studying for the MWC Exam

Transitioning from Freelance Medical Writing to Retirement

Translators Networking

Use It, Don’t Lose It: Strategies for Better Time Management

Veterinary Medicine Expertise: Challenges and Opportunities in Medical Writing

Women in Medical Writing and Communications: A Discussion of Challenges and Successful Life Hacks

Work/Life Integration for Freelances and Full-Time Employees Alike: Staying Balanced while Working Remotely

*Writing While Female: A Discussion of Gender Disparity/Bias in the Medical Writing Industry

 

Saturday, November 9, 12:00 – 1:30 PM
Lunch Roundtable Discussions

Titles with an asterisk (*) are also offered as a Breakfast Roundtable Discussion on Friday (see Friday’s list for details).

 

All Aboard the MentorShip: Effective Mentoring in Medical Writing: Mentee Perspective

Basics of Writing Accredited and Nonaccredited Continuing Medical Education (CME)

Breathing New Life into Work/Life Balance

Building Successful Sponsor and Vendor Relationships

Cross-Cultural Communication Skills as a Key Element for Success

*CTD Structure: From IND to NDA

*From Benchtop to Laptop: Streamlining the Transition to Full-Time Regulatory Writing

*How Did I End up Working Here?

Instructional Design: Are You Considering Learner Usability in Your End Products?

Managing Clinical Study Report Development

New Research Shows Freelance Rates Are Lower for Women. Why, and What Can We Do About It?

SAD or MAD but not Alone: Medical Writing for Small Biopharma Companies

Scheduling Dos and Don'ts for Freelances

So, You Want to Be a CAM Writer

So, You're Going to Take the BELS Exam

Strategic Publication Planning

Strategies to Structure and Lead Teams through Learning Processes

*Taking EU Medical Device Teams into the Year 2020

A Tale of Two Contemplations: Impostor Syndrome and Medical Writing Dreams

*Tips for Studying for the MWC Exam

Working Remotely – I Mean Really Remotely: Tales from Nomadic Living in an RV

Writing a Business Plan

*Writing While Female: A Discussion of Gender Disparity/Bias in the Medical Writing Industry

 

 

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