Questions and Answers from Freelance Pros
How do continuing medical education/continuing education (CME/CE) medical writers balance the need for accurate scientific representation with the pressure to create content that aligns with pharmaceutical industry interests? When working on manuscripts involving multiple authors, how can medical writers help manage authorship disputes and ensure fair credit allocation following ethical guidelines? How can medical communicators navigate cultural and linguistic differences in a global health care context, ensuring their work is accurate and culturally sensitive?
In this issue, our Freelance Focus contributors are:
Cathryn D. Evans
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