Article written by Paris Taylor, Head of X4 Communications.
Medical writing is an art of fine balance between adhering to rules, delivering client’s expectations, ensuring accuracy in science and being able to present it all in an engaging message. It’s a challenge that offers variety and the chance to develop a broad skillset.
Every day I connect talented freelance medical writers to communications agencies and get the chance to find out what writers are looking for in their employer. Most recently I spoke to Stephanie Wasek, who is a principal medical writer at Lucid Group, to hear her advice on what she looks for when joining a medical communications agency.
From a work-life balance to openness to new ideas, read the full interview below.