Author: Ashley Self
When you work as a freelance medical writer, it’s easy to feel isolated. You likely work alone, and the nature of your work requires intense focus. And that’s fine…while you are working. But what about when you are looking for your next project? Or, if you are new to the medical writing field? The solitude that serves you so well while you are writing doesn’t foster a great network of colleagues, mentors, and potential employers—and it’s this network that helps push your career forward, expand your knowledge and refer you to new work opportunities.
According to market insights, several segments of the global healthcare regulatory affairs outsourcing market are projected to increase on average more than 13% annually between 2017-2025. Use the following networking tips to ensure you have a share of this growing market moving forward.
Step 1: Make Yourself Easy To Find
Building and maintaining your online identity or personal brand may not feel like networking, but it forms the main touchpoint for all your future networking efforts.