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Welcome to the screening and accreditation procedure to become an accredited MCC medical writer. We appreciate your interest and look forward to reviewing your qualifications.
The screening and accreditation procedure involves 3 phases. The first phase is an initial query to determine if you have the minimum qualifications to become an MCC medical writer. During this initial phase, you will be asked about your educational background, as well as your medical writing experience. Specifically, you will be asked about documents you have authored in the past 5 years, including numbers of documents, document types and therapeutic areas. You may come back to complete this portion as often as you need. Writers may find it helpful to prepare the following prior to beginning Phase 1 of the accreditation process:
- A list of documents you have authored in the past 5 years including:
- Numbers of documents
- Document types
- Therapeutic areas
- Your most recent CV in Microsoft Word or PDF format
Phase 2 of the screening and accreditation procedure involves a writing examination that lasts approximately 45 minutes to one hour. You will be able to schedule this online examination at a time that is convenient for you.
Phase 3 of the process involves a telephone interview of approximately 30 minutes.
If all 3 phases of the screening and accreditation process meet MCC's stringent requirements, you will be invited to become an MCC medical writer, and will have the opportunity to be considered for assignments