In this episode, I talk to Canadian medical writer Brian Hoyle, PhD. Brian talks about how he transitioned from academia, how he gets new clients, and the potential advantages and disadvantages of working in Canada. Connect with him on LinkedIn.
Ha! The tables are turned! Stef Stendardo interviews me, Emma Hitt Nichols, and she stumps my with my own question! Aaaarrgg. Now I know what I’ve been putting people through! Seriously though, it was a great time--thank you Stef. I talk about what got me in to medical writing, my thoughts on hiring and using subcontractors, and the importance of integrating activity and people into one's medical writing day. My website.
Heather Fork, MD, has a coaching practice (www.doctorscrossing.com) that helps clinicians find more enjoyment in their career or find a different direction, for example medical writing, that more closely aligns with their passions and skill set. In this interview, we talk about the importance of doing what you love, and doing the next right thing by listening to your inner voice when it comes to making the right career choices. It's helpful for everyone, not just burned out MDs! Listen in and be inspired!
Hello! I am Emma Hitt Nichols. Thank you for joining me on Medical Writers Speak. Today I had the pleasure of talking with Elizabeth Haynes, RN. Elizabeth is a nurse writer and has put together an amazing site called rn2writer.com that helps nurses transition into writing. Please listen in!