Good writing creates a baseline for good communication. It determines how easily the reader can comprehend the intent of your communication. It is based on labeling and claims and is intended to help make your documentation understandable to clinicians, patients, their family members and other lay persons caring for patients. Good writing skills are essential to ensure safe and effective use of medical devices, highlighting proper usage, the risks and the benefits of the device in language users can understand.
In this audio conference presentation, our speaker focuses on effective writing skills for brochures, product data sheets, CME programs, training documents, white papers, ads, press releases, presentations, and other materials in order to meet the needs of the patient, clinical buyer, economic buyer, FDA, global regulatory bodies and your company. The presentation also provides information about useful reference and regulatory documents as well as a important industry best practices.