The Evolution of Medical Communication
Key thought leaders discuss their views of the evolution of medical communication focusing on their grand visions for medical communicators, what we learned from the pandemic, and what will be required in the future. Topics touch on the impact of developing technology, communicating with the public, managing social media, standardizing education requirements, and preparing the next generation of medical communicators.
Joan Affleck, MBA, Associate Vice President-Medical Writing, Merck & Co., Inc, Rahway, NJ
Dikran Toroser, PhD, CMPP, Senior Director, Publications, Merck & Co., Inc, Rahway, NJ
Genevieve Walker, PhD, Freelance Medical Writer, Bridge Health Communications, Portland, OR
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