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Need a writer who understands all things medical? Who has a creative and strategic vision for the bigger picture too? Looks like you’ve come to the right place.

Allow me to introduce myself. I’m Dr Danielle Camer and I specialise in helping global pharmaceutical and healthcare companies grow by crafting engaging and educational content for websites, brochures, eDetailers, EDMs – the list goes on!

Clients I’ve worked with include Pfizer, Sanofi, Abbvie, GSK, Novartis and more.

Why choose me for your next project?

I’M HIGHLY EXPERIENCED

  • Senior level
  • Leader and mentor
  • >5 years advertising agency experience
  • >10 years medical writing, copywriting, and editing
  • Established creative director in advertising and publishing
  • Expert knowledge of regulatory codes in medical advertising, including Medicines Australia Code of Conduct

A SCIENCE NERD AND CREATIVE BEING

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Medicine (Neuroscience), with Examiners’ Commendation for Outstanding Thesis
  • Bachelor of Medical Science Honours (Human Genetics), Class I
  • Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Arts), with Distinction
  • Multi-award-winning Children’s Picture Book Author (“Sophie Won’t Sleep” is the winner of 10+ international literary awards)

I’m not the kind of doctor who can help if you have a heart attack (sorry!).

But I can write about it, and other topics in health and medicine including:

  • Oncology
  • Virology
  • Haematology
  • Immunology
  • Diabetes
  • Osteoporosis
  • Rare diseases
  • Animal health
  • Immunisation
  • Vitamins
  • Smoking cessation
  • Infant formula
  • Medical devices
  • & more…

If you’re looking for captivating copy that lures in your customer, with a final product as beautiful as you are, contact me today:

Dr Danielle Camer

M: +61 411 896 988
E: daniellecamer@icloud.com

W: daniellecamer.com.au

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