Conference workshops – spaces still available

Spaces are still available for all four Brisbane conference workshops – the year’s most intensive upskilling opportunity for Australian medical writers.  The workshops cover tips for freelancers on how to build and maintain a successful business; writing attention-grabbing digital content; using evidence-based medicine to write great stories and; how specialists and researchers can ditch the jargon, cut the word count and write interesting content for a general audience.

To learn more about these workshops and to register click here.

AMWA’s professional development program allows members to hone existing skills and develop new ones through intensive 3-hour face-to-face workshops at our annual conferences, and highly interactive webinar workshops and online lectures offered throughout the year.

On completion of eight workshops, AMWA members become eligible for the AMWA PDP certificate, which is not a qualification, but rather an indicator of the member’s commitment to continuing education in the area of medical writing.

We offer a mix of workshops that focus on the basic tools of our trade such as grammar and clear writing, and more specialised topics such as writing for multicultural communities and blogging.



AMWA 2020 – Medical Writing and Communication During the COVID-19 Crisis

For those who attended the AMWA 2020 Special Virtual Event: 'Medical Writing and Communication During the COVID-19 Crisis' on Thursday 19 November, we are sure you would agree that it was an invaluable two hours. The calibre of speakers and their learnings from this unprecedented crisis were beyond our expectations. We are humbled by their willingness to give their personal time to share their experience with us. 

If you missed the live event, a recording will be made available to AMWA members in the Members Area shortly. If you are not yet an AMWA member, but would like to join, you can visit our membership and benefits page here. Annual membership is $80 for full members and $40 for students.

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