Evidence generation and communication: a guide to getting started in HEOR/market access medical writing by Linda Harrison, published June 2022


This guide focuses on medical writing roles in the HEOR/market access arenas, but will be of interest to anyone who wants to understand more about the business of ensuring access to new medicines and devices for patients. If you have an interest in the commercial aspects of healthcare delivery and in helping deliver value to patients, a passion for writing and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment, then working in HEOR/market access might be for you. This guide will provide you with an in-depth introduction to this specialist area.

This issue includes ten personal profiles written by current specialists in leading HEOR/market access companies, describing their personal journeys and the day-to-day work they now do.

This careers guide about medical writing is freely available here, published by NetworkPharma Ltd in March 2022.

About the author; Linda Harrison

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Linda is a freelance HEOR/market access consultant and writer providing a wide range of consultancy support to pharmaceutical/medical device companies and HEOR/market access agencies. Linda gained a postgraduate certificate in health economics from Aberdeen University in 2007, and has over 18 years of experience in the HEOR/market access arena. Prior to setting up her freelance business in 2014, she spent 14 years working for a large HEOR/ market access agency, latterly as Director of the HTA business unit.


Please note this publication is one of series of valuable careers guides written by specialists in their field – see other titles at FirstMedCommsJob.com

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