Web technologies and online courses to medical writing

"Interactive training, just-in-time learning and more opportunities for study are the future trends in CME", according to Patrick Alguaire, MD, director of the American College of Physicians of teaching and career development. "If the current trend towards the use of e-learning continues, 50% of continuing medical education (CME) utilized by physicians in 2016 provided over the Internet. (Medical News, March 11, 2010)

The same tendency to offer online courses in medical writing on the Internet is a reflection of what is happening in the education of doctors, what should happen to the writing of medical education CME maintains the latest technology. Online medical writings offer, "FMC Training Medical Writers," we focus on the skills needed to participate in the lucrative and ever-changing education for physicians. Students participate literally around the world, like the American model of development is the global standard for FMC.

Others are starting to want to learn and write medical CME. The majority, however, is a doctor trained writers, who have years of experience, who want to add to their repertoire, more marketable, and enjoying the most profitable medicine, writing - CME medical writing.

InQuill Medical Communications, LLC, which specializes in training doctors and writers of Continuing Medical Education (CME) professionals how to create innovative and effective CME that is learned, stored and used in a clinical setting to improve patient outcomes. Our goal is to prepare medical writers and providers of CME to meet the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the updated conditions of accreditation with commendation.

Services include: CME Medical Writing Training, Employment and Careers, a program of medical education, accreditation of medical education, training and continuing professional development (CME / CPD)

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