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Medical Writing Organizations

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Here is the collection of medical writing organization links.

American Association of Dental Editors and Journalists
The American Association of Dental Editors & Journalists (AADEJ) was chartered in 1931 and is composed of dedicated people specifically interested in improving communication within the dental profession

American Medical Writers Association
The AMWA, founded in 1940, is the leading professional organization for biomedical communicators with over 4,000 members.

AMW Northern California Chapter
The website for the Northern California Chapter of the AMWA, a nonprofit organization of professionals engaged in medical communications.

Association of Health Care Journalists
The AHJC is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to advancing public understanding of health care issues. Its mission is to improve the quality, accuracy and visibility of health care reporting, writing and editing.

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.

National Association of Science Writers
An organization for science writers, which provides support for science reporters including a newsletter and mailing lists.

The Board of Editors in the Life Sciences
BELS was founded in 1991 to evaluate the proficiency of manuscript editors in the life sciences and to award credentials similar to those obtainable in other professions.

The Drug Information Association
The Drug Information Association provides a neutral global forum for the exchange and dissemination of information on the discovery, development, evaluation, and utilization of medicines and related healthcare technologies.

The Society for Health Communication
The Society for Health Communication is a member-driven organization bringing together health communication professionals, students, and scholars from the diverse areas of teaching, research and practice.

World Association of Medical Editors WAME
WAME is a voluntary association of editors from many countries who seek to foster international cooperation among editors of peer-reviewed medical journals.

World Health Organization
Provides information about health and diseases including current outbreaks and cases and an A-Z list of health issues.







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