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Networking Events


AMWA networking events are a great way to connect with others in the medical writing space. These events are open to everyone.

AMWA Committee Members run networking events on a regular basis - keep an eye on our social media and e-news to find out about networking events in your city!

AMWA members can also host networking events in their own cities!  AMWA will assist with the organising and provide funds to cover drinks and nibbles. If you'd like to organise your own, reach out to us at marketing@medicalwriters.org

Upcoming Networking Events


We are pleased to announce that AMWA is hosting an informal networking event in Auckland on Thursday, 16 February from 6pm to 8pm at Fantail and Turtle, Smales Farm, Takapuna. Members of the Auckland-based AMWA committee will be in attendance, and the event is open to all. There is no cost, and drinks and nibbles will be covered by AMWA. Please RSVP by Monday, 13 February.


You are invited to hear from Dr Ben Bravery, the author of 'The Patient Doctor', on Thursday 9 February 2023 from 6pm. This event is hosted by the Australasian Medical Writers' Association and is open to all.

Ben will be talking about his experience as a cancer patient, and how this has impacted how he now interacts with the healthcare system as a doctor. Ben is a strong advocate for putting the patient at the heart of healthcare. This event will also be an opportunity to network and socialise with medical writers.



In discussion with Dr Ben Bravery - 9 February 2023 in Sydney

You are invited to hear from Dr Ben Bravery, the author of 'The Patient Doctor', on Thursday 9 February 2023 from 6pm. This event is hosted by the Australasian Medical Writers' Association and is open to all.

Ben will be talking about his experience as a cancer patient, and how this has impacted how he now interacts with the healthcare system as a doctor. Ben is a strong advocate for putting the patient at the heart of healthcare. This event will also be an opportunity to network and socialise with medical writers.

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