June 6, 2002
Vol. 21 No. 17

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    Graham School receives top award for continuing education program in writing and editing

    By Steve Koppes
    News Office

    The Graham School of General Studies’ Medical Writing & Editing Certificate program has received the top award for innovative university programs in continuing education from the University Continuing Education Association.

    The program was established in 1997 in consultation with experts from the American Medical Writers Association and the Council of Science Editors. The Graham School offers a certificate upon completion of four courses, and an advanced certificate upon completion of four additional courses. Approximately 130 students have completed the program since the end of its first year.

    Senior-level physicians and highly experienced medical educators, writers and editors comprise the faculty.