Here is the collection of general medical writing resource links.
General Medical Writing Resources(medical writing > general)
American Medical Writers Association
The AMWA, founded in 1940, is the leading professional organization for biomedical communicators with over 4,000 members.
The AMWA Journal is the official publication of the AMWA. The quarterly Journal aims to be an authoritative, comprehensive source of information about the knowledge, skills, and opportunities in the field of biomedical communication worldwide.
The AMWA tweets regularly and many of the tweets contain helpful advice and links to articles.
Council of Science Editors
The CSE aims to improve communication in the sciences by educating authors, editors, and publishers.
European Medical Writers Association
EMWA has over 300 members from 20 countries, and includes academics and professionals working in-house or freelance for pharmaceutical and medical communications companies, research institutes, and in the field of scientific journalism.
Health Writer Hub
Health Writer Hub aims to help you develop your health communication skills. Check the blog for the latest health writing articles.
Medical Writer Career Information
This article provides a concise analysis of the medical writing field, average salary information, skill requirements and career outlook.
Medical Writing Journal
The Medical Writing journal is a quarterly publication that aims to educate and inform medical writers in Europe and beyond.
National Association of Science Writers
An organization for science writers, which provides support for science reporters including a newsletter and mailing lists.
Toolkit for New Medical Writers
The toolkit from the Delaware Valley Chapter of the American Medical Writers Association includes information about medical writing, including how to get started and how to find opportunities.
Wikipedia Medical Writing
The Wikipedia on Medical Writing is brief but provides a solid overview and list of organizational resources.