Do you know how a molecule becomes a drug? Medical writers typically come from diverse backgrounds and have different areas of expertise that they use for their daily work. However, it is essential to understand how drug development occurs in order to write and support various documents, such as regulatory filings, clinical protocols and reports, publications, and internal and external communications.
As the drug development process continues to evolve and become more complex, medical writers not only need to know the steps in the process, but also the caveats for the development of new molecules into drugs.
In this educational activity, learn about the specific documents that are relevant during preclinical (nonclinical) and clinical phases in drug development and where there are growing needs for medical writing support.