AMWA


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AMWA

 
American Medical Writers' Association.

AMWA

American Medical Women's Association; American Medical Writers' Association.

AMWA

Abbrev. for American Medical Women's Association.
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I would like to thank Cindy Hamilton, Susan Aiello, Melissa Bogen, and Kathy Spiegel, as well as Administrator of Education Kristina Wasson-Blader and staff liaison Lauren Ero, for the hard work they have done on this important project, which will help AMWA to be of value to its members in every stage of their careers.
As an AMWA member, Flo has made many varied contributions.
For the first time, AMWA is offering a full-day Writing Clinic (9:00 AM, October 5) for scientists transitioning from bench to laptop and for editors who don't consider themselves writers.
In addition to the changes at the chapter level, AMWA leadership voted to streamline the Board of Directors, reducing the size from nearly 40 members down to a more manageable 12 to 16.
Through an extensive educational program, various publications, and unparalleled opportunities for networking, AMWA encourages and enables medical communicators to extend their professional expertise.
AMWA is an organization of the largest publicly owned drinking water systems in the United States, with its membership serving more than 130 million Americans.
The AMWA Executive Committee consists of the President, President-Elect, Immediate Past President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Executive Director (nonvoting, ex officio).
Over the past few years, AMWA leaders and other stakeholders have
The 2017-2018 AMWA President will be Kathy Spiegel, PhD, MWC[R].
AMWA's revised Constitution was submitted to AMWA members for ratification during the first week in February, with ballots to be received by March 6, 2017.
The mission of AMWA is to promote excellence in medical communication and to provide educational resources in support of that goal.
I am extremely proud that LADWP's water organization has been recognized by AMWA for our industry-leading efforts to offer high quality, reliable water in what continues to be a dynamic and challenging environment," said David Wiggs, LADWP general manager.