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Effective Writing for Biomedical Professionals

University of Oxford / Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Centre
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Middle May 2019  Oxford, United Kingdom
 
Course Content
This intensive course will help you write more clearly and meaningfully for a wide range of audiences. It is highly interactive and the participants' objectives will govern a substantial part of the course content.
Target Audience
It is suitable for those who write scientific papers, reports, presents information to colleagues, management, external organisations or the general public. It is tailored for those working in pharmaceuticals, biotech, healthcare or science research.
Qualifications
The course is suitable for participants with a wide range of backgrounds and does not require any specialist subject knowledge.
Local Organizer
University of Oxford
Notes
Oxford is a leading centre in the creative development and application of the theory and techniques of immunology in collaboration with industry. The presenters are leading scientists in their fields.
 

Enquiries and Registration:

Mr. N. A.
 
Categories
Clinical Research, Development Cooperation - Advanced Training, Evidence-Based Health Care, Immunology and Pathology, Internal Medicine, Life Sciences, Oncology, Training for Nurses and Allied Health Professionals
Type of degree
Certificate of attendance
Duration
2 Days
Languages
English
Fees
On request
Organizer contact info
University of Oxford, Continuing Professional Development
OX1 2JA Oxford
United Kingdom
 
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